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25/07/2012 at 14:48





This is a very shaky video of our garden with a very dodgy commentary

Pam x


25/07/2012 at 14:51

Done the link again Pam -hope you dont mind


25/07/2012 at 14:52


25/07/2012 at 14:53

Thankyou Geoff - what am I doing wrong?

Pam x

25/07/2012 at 15:09

That's brilliant - both the video and the garden. I liked the commentry too.

25/07/2012 at 15:10

Oh lilylouise! I just watched. It is awesome! Loving the fairy corner! You must be very proud. xx

25/07/2012 at 16:18

What surprised/interested me most was the vegetable area (although I don't grow them), and also the contents of the two greenhouses, especially the one with flowers in it.

25/07/2012 at 16:24

Pam:  Absolutely lovely and great to hear the commentary as well.  Garden is immaculate but you must be so frustrated about the lilyleaf disease and the weather holding up the flowering of other things you had planned to be blooming by now.  What a terrific job you've done and what a lovely balance of plantings in form, colours and - dare I say - neatness!  You have such a good eye for all these things..  Stuff the Olympics - I would rather sit in your garden for a day with a gallon of Earl Grey and just relax and enjoy.  You just can't help but smile watching this video.

On the quick walk past the lovely baskets, particularly liked the stand-out colours of your salmon pink begonias and the illumination begonias.  Your 'lady' statue is stunning and love that Black Scabious.  I'd never seen that lovely 'African Blue' basil in real life - gorgeous.  

What a disappointment for you with the lilyleaf problem.  Here's hoping your weather will be kind now and that you will give us a video update as the weeks go on.

Thanks for letting us see it Pam.   Will be great to see more.



25/07/2012 at 16:29


25/07/2012 at 17:03

Just making a garden. Yours is something to aspire to. Great

25/07/2012 at 18:17

Thank you so much for this your garden is fantastic

25/07/2012 at 19:03

Fabulous, Pam. Loved your excellent commentary too...somehow I guessed you would have a gentle voice.

Comparing with my own patch, I could draw comfort from knowing my tomatoes & runner beans were perhaps a smidgen ahead of yours.

Wonderful garden!

25/07/2012 at 19:14

Well it puts my garden to shame, what a treat to watch the video and has given me so many ideas.  Thank you it was a delight watching it.

25/07/2012 at 19:55

Thankyou so much for your very kind comments - much appreciated

In case you didn't read my message on Fork Handles we had around 180 visitors and made £700.00 for the NGS and our chosen charity

A brilliant day

Pam x

25/07/2012 at 20:30

Hi again! Lilylouise

I noticed on the video that you had Blueberries growing in a pot, can you tell me which plant you used and what time of the year can I buy one to plant up.

Regards Chris

26/07/2012 at 06:44



26/07/2012 at 06:53
David K wrote (see)

...Comparing with my own patch, I could draw comfort from knowing my tomatoes & runner beans were perhaps a smidgen ahead of yours...

Well, comparing it with my patch, let's just say that I won't be posting any photos of my petunias or fuschias.

26/07/2012 at 08:12

Pam, your garden is stunning- The baskets are fantastic and everything looks so lush. You must work so very hard on maintaining it. What a lovely video to start the morning with - thank you for sharing your spectacular garden with us. Hope my blue basil grows as well as yours - its doing really well up to now.

26/07/2012 at 09:07

Very nice formal garden, such pretty colour combinations. Do you live by a very busy main road? 

26/07/2012 at 09:13

Beautiful garden Pam, I loved watching the video very much.  Well done.  Loved the blue basil I shall look for that as well, did you grow it from seed?   I also have the lily disease, hopefully next year will be much better year for them.


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