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in The potting shed
Looks mighty chilly at your place.
Steve J wrote (see)
A bit arrogant of me and slightly out of date but this is from 2011 when I really started work on the garden and turned it into what it is becoming instead of the long lawn and not much else! http://www.flickr.com/photos/binky_2301/sets/72157625957169279/
A bit arrogant of me and slightly out of date but this is from 2011 when I really started work on the garden and turned it into what it is becoming instead of the long lawn and not much else!
Very nice, you have any of this year? Curious as to see what else you've done. Love seeing a garden evolve, gives lots of inspiration.
This is (unfortunately) not my garden, but I thought I would show it to you anyway
Hi LeadFarmer, I'm interested to know what the large plant is in your original group of pictures - No, 6, in an oblong green container. Is it a grass with a climber behind or just one plant? Also what direction is it facing? Lovely pictures of your garden, you must be very proud to achieve such lovely results.
SwissSue wrote (see)
It's for sale in Harrow-on-the-Hill for a mere £1.2!
Only £1 20p. The rose alone must be worth a lot more than that.
Anyway, my postal order is in the post.
Ooops, I forgot to add the 5 noughts!
Posted earlier today elsewhere
nigelcoad wrote (see)
Hi all just trying to get to grips with this picture uploading buisness. hopefully this shows some pictures of the garden in June
just trying to get to grips with this picture uploading buisness. hopefully this shows some pictures of the garden in June
Lovely garden, lovely house
Beautiful garden, all growing nicely WOW
What is the yellow flowers in the top picture?
sotongeoff - fantastic garden. Looks amazing - and lots of work! Lovely! Nothing interesting in my garden but for some colour am posting some pics of Alpines from Edinburgh botanics which I wander around regularly. I'm amazed at the fritillaries - but can never get clearer pictures through the protective grill .
More from alpine house.
And...sorry if this is a bore but I was so excited to see some colour in the Botanics when my garden is so dull dull dull.
Pieris Japonica 'Flamingo'
What are these tiny muscari type things called - I couldn't find a plant label?
And I love these saxifraga - but missed the label on these as well.
Not my garden Yarrow-just quoting the pictures from another thread
Yours looks very good
Should look very good - it's also not mine - its Edinburgh Botanical Gardens!
Oops-that comes of glancing quickly whilst eating