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in The potting shed
Lovely stuff. Lots of beautiful healthy looking roses
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John I love the white one, but the other two have special meaning for you and that makes them the best ones Lovely
John I love the white one, but the other two have special meaning for you and that makes them the best ones
Actually they all have a special meaning FG. The white one was a 25th wedding anniversary gift from us to our friends (I was also the photographer at their wedding in 1971). They said they would like us to have it when they moved to Scotland so everytime we see it we think of them.
John what lovely background stories to all those roses.
I'm working away in Germany/Finland for a few weeks so my beautiful wife is sending me regular updates as our garden slowly but steadily bursts in to summer colour. This is a little collection of potted plants on the steps/decking by our french doors. Clive and Lindsey.
Clive - what a shame you are missing it - but pics are the next best thing.
Lover the clematis - beautiful colour
Home in just over a week so hopefully won't miss too much. 10 days at home and then away with work again so am hoping my salad spuds shoud be ready and we can enjoy them with some BBQ action, weather permitting!!
Hey folks, I put one up myself about my garden but then saw this so thought I would add them here too so you can see the difference since January this year A lot of hard work and its in its first year so will hopefully improve and fill out in the next couple of years. Everything has been grown from seed other than a couple of things I fetched from the cottage
I also now have a rescue dog who is making my lawn polkadot
Well done Oakley Witch. You must be pleased with what you have done and it will only get better and better
Garden project 2 almost done! Grandaughter's play space!
Opp's! Burp'd! Excuse me!
that looks structurally sound Deano, that'll be there for the great grandchildren
lovely piece of work
Dean, what a great grandad you are, great job and she will have endless pleasure from it.
Wow Deano, you really know how to play in style!
Clivealive, I am loving loving loving your zantedeschia! Amazing colour. Truly envious
Hi Wintersong, thank you. Lindsey chose that one and I chose a "black" one called Black Star which has very dark plum coloured stems too and looks stunning. We picked them up at Gardeners World Live a couple of weekends ago for £16 for the two. Superbly healthy plants which seem to have transplanted well to their new homes. I'm hoping to divide them next spring as en masse they should look even more amazing!
ooo love it.
white with footprints, my favourite Digitalis purpurea
Wintersong the Calla Lily in my photo is called Picasso if you are interested. Clive
Hmmm, id forgotten I'd posted that photo last night...
I've never planted a foxglove, they just chose to live in my garden a couple of years ago. The gorgeous white one appeared last year and I've been holding my breath waiting to see if it would return. Sure enough she's here again along with a couple of sisters, and some purple cousins.
Nut - so purpurea doesn't just mean the purple ones then? A lot to learn...
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