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Fred 60 - What a lot of hard work - well done
. Be sure to keep us all updated on your progress
..how I love that sundial with the viola's... and that huge sweeping lawn....
lovely photos, one and all....
Morning Fred and warm welcome to the forum
Looks like an exciting project you have there. Like the others I will enjoy seeing your progress.
My favorite before the wind & rain got to it.
2 weeks ago, now happy in final pots
Cosy inside 2 weeks ago, off to greenhouse ASAP & to new homes.
Make do & mend. The secret that came from the garage last weekend. Better than 3 upturned pots and old piece of pallet.
Some nice photos of members gardens here. I do like noseying at others gardens to get ideas.
Wisteria is really coming into its own this year. We've waited a long time for this type of flowering.
Now lets see if I can get these photos the right way up!
(Looks ok now, but nthat about once I've pressed 'submit reply'?)
KEF - what a lovely surprise from the garage - he's a clever man! I was intrigued as to what the green paint could be for .....
And love the white flowered shrub in the first picture - what is it?
Re photos - I give up!
Birdy - lovely wisteria. I managed the first one by tilting my head, but the second defeated me. Need to stand on my head, but only just finished dinner !!
Don't give up birdy, it's a fabulous wisteria any way up. I like your wheel barrow as well
Thanks for the support - oh but you'll need that when you stand on your head,
That made me laugh Nutcutlet - thanks - I needed that.
It's OK Birdy I use a lap top so just turned it around
Lovely colour, and you must spend a lot of time nurturing it
Birdy is that a special barrow for window boxes?
I'll wave my wand for you -maybe they'll be the right way up next time!!
The wisteria's lovely
KEF- that is a terrific potting bench!
There you go
You're so clever Nut ! And Birdy, it really is a lovely wisteria - good long flowers and a nice shade too. They are one of my favourites - but v late this year.
Birdy13 what gorgeous wisteria perfectly pruned!
I'm growing one from seed that may take twenty years to flower (apparently) hope it looks just like yours when it does
I grew 3 from seed 6 years ago. I gave one to a friend who moved house and didn't take it, she said it had got quite big. Mine died! The other went to my daughter who has just told me it has it's first (and only) flower! Hoping for more next year.
Chicky, it's Exochorda macrantha "The Bride". Beautiful in early spring, bit boring rest of time, but it is my favorite..well I think it is.
Wow, more lovely pics to look at. Thanks folks.
KEF - how lovely! I bought one of them a couple of weeks ago (after being inspired by a pic of one in Lizzie's garden) - but am obviously not good at recognising them yet. It is currently tiny, but near the back of the border, so can afford to be a bit boring for some of the time!