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I'm looking forward to this, bamboo sticks! How exciting! I'm for annuals, but it the right places.
Did nothing yeasterday, poured, ground waterlogged. Cold. Not normal for SW France!
Saw the Chelsea programme, liked Chris Beardshaw's garden, liked Chris Beardshaw too!
Here are a couple from last year to keep us going, Rosemoor in June - our holiday in Devon. Then Harlow Carr in Yorkshire in August, visiting family and friends.
I love Artjak's bench too. Here's my first rose. Paul's Scarlet climber.
I thought tea bags had some sort of plasticy stuff in them to stop the bag disintegrating when boiling water was poured on them. I don't bother composting them any more.
We have them in France too unfortunately, revolting little things.
I don't really know the best answer, but I leave mine. I suppose, if you aren't happy with where they are, you could pot them up and grow them on a bit and replant them.
Pouring today too. Our picnic was cancelled. Not warm either, not what you expect in SW France.
Lovely pics. Hyacinths are beautiful together, sprig of apple blossom could hardly be more perfect and the tulip is almost like a lovely rose. Spring flowers are so pretty.