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I have taken photos most years of the garden especially the white wisteria and the flowering time has always been within 2-3 weeks see how it goes this year but just want to say that the photos have been an inspiration I would have sent some of my hellebores BUT as I have been unable to do any gardening this year asked better half to cut the dead leaves from around my hellebore patch.On going out to see how they were looking saw only 1-2inch stumps and all my lovely hellebores in the compost bin!!! He said he thought they were dead and had to be cut down like the rest of the perennials! I know I have to label plants and weeds but!!!!!!!
Lovely photos again. Now the photos on this thread are really showing SPRING. They all just make me smile
Exochorda "The Bride" in her wedding dress.
Ohh Caravan queen. Poor you, hope your Hellebore soon pick up and grow.
Busy Lizzie another lovely pic- you have a wonderful garden.
lovely pics.. my little tulips are not yeat in bud.. but wont be long.
yes a naming competition for the hellebore.. i think so.. i think "dark wonders" or "magic moments"
what will the winner get
Thank you Bev.
Hi everyone.. some lovely pictures.. here are some of my garden this week.
The woodland garden will be loosing all the turf this autumn and we are having bark instead.. as the grass disapers over winter adn it is muddy to wlk on.
ok.. why i have got white areas around my pictures.. what is teh max size i can have on here now.
gardeningfantic - your garden looks gorgeous !! And so full of colour
Here's a few of my patch today:
OH has been busy with a welding machine and spent the winter making me fancy plant supports - as you can see, he made a fantastic job of them .... so proud !
Lizzie - just spotted your bride - how gorgeous is she !!
And you're right! I love Spirea arguta 'bridal wreath' for the same reason.
Great pix everyone! A few of us have been debating the prob with the pics on another thread today. Salino has posted hers from an external site-Photobucket- and they seem to work so it must be the site here causing the prob. No doubt someone will sort it ...hopefully!
It's very useful for anyone who needs help identifying potential problems as well as for seeing all the lovely gardens from everyone!
Such lovely pics everyone. I really love having a look at other peoples gardens. Thank you for posting them
@chicky.. thank you.. yours is also lovely.. the suports are bril.. i always wonder what supports to get for my plants.. o/h is making me some like monty's.. so we'll see.
...I like the top photo above with the long stretch of trellis fencing, I have this urge to plant a 50 foot rambler all along it...
I should also like to know what those pretty blue flowers are weaving through a border to the right of a low wall. I'm unable to tell from these photos that we cannot enlarge.
Work in progress at the bottom end, but I am happy with the changes I've made and shall see how it grows in me, excuse the pun
Great pics everyone! Thanks for sharing.
^..oh that's nice. I like those arches. I used to have several of those which I got from Agriframes. Not cheap but a good range. An interesting plot by looks of things...
Lovely pictures everyone
Looks like it coming on well wintersong
What lovely pictures everyone. We all seem to be smiling now we have the warmer weather, and spring photos look so cheerful
Rain stopped play in my Bristol garden todaybut not efore I had taken some pictures.