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Morning all. Still raining. Lawns are greening up but a lot is weeds. May need to re-sow some in the autumn. No coffee for me, thanks Dove, or I'll want to go to the loo in church
I think it could be a flower spike still in bud of a plant like an aruncus or an astilbe.
Stopped raining, but cool. Have just mucked out the horses summer shelter.
We are having salmon with various baked veg from the garden, such as squash, red pepper, onions, courgettes.
That seems quick Steve! Did you like Wisley? Have you any photos? Did you buy any plants? Did you meet anyone from here?
Morning all.All those who are garden visiting have a lovely time and don't forget this thread for your photos
I'm back home from my daughter now. It's pouring! Garden is being beautifully and cheaply watered.
It's pouring! Hurray!
It's pouring! Grass should green up soon, was already a bit better after the storm a few days ago.
It sounds like bitter pit to me. https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=607
I agree with Tetley about Choisya. It has white flowers in spring and autumn as well as being evergreen, perfumed and bushy.
It looks over ripe to me, think you missed it when it was dark green.