Busy-Lizzie


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Garden Gallery 2017

Posted: 19/05/2017 at 09:52

I've tried that Liri, but the photos always end up together and my writing goes on the bottom.


The pink clematis is Dr Ruppel. The pink rose is A Shropshire Lad and the red rose is Paul's Scarlet Climber.

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Garden Gallery 2017

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 23:22

 How did you do that Papi Jo? Your laptop? iPad? must work differently from mine. Mine just won't let me do it.

Garden Gallery 2017

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 22:13

Papi Jo, I can't name or number my photos as this site won't let me. Whatever I do the photos are always above all the script and in reverse order to the order I post them.


We have been in England for over two weeks and the garden had grown a lot by the time we got back.

Camera Talk - part 2

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 21:59

We stayed with friends in Malvern last week and we went to the Malvern Spring Festival. We also went for a walk in the Malvern Hills. Wonderful views.

Never done any gardening before advice needed.

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 18:17

Are they paving stones for a patio area? If so they will need some sort of stony or rubbly foundation to give them a more solid base than just earth. Or could they be for a path like stepping stones across a lawn? They will just need grass dug out so they are level with the grass for mowing over.

WEIRD Creature!!

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 18:13

They are quite common here in France. Recently I read an article which said they are being seen more often now in England.

Which way up please!

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 18:11

I have green capillary matting from Wilko which is in my propagators. If yours is the same then it's green side up with the seed trays on top.

Creating a bed for planting dicentra

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 18:02

I don't think you would need to dig that deep. My garden is on limestone and part of it was a farmyard. We added earth and manure but it isn't as deep as that and I grow a lot of perennials. Bits of it have rock about a foot down. My big dicentra is in a clay bit.

Muscari Fantasy Creation

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 17:56

Thank you for sharing that, I don't know that variety.

What is your weather like? (2)

Posted: 18/05/2017 at 17:54

I hope so GD, now that it's been watered I would like to get on with weeding and planting.

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weird caterpillar like thingy ID please

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