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Woody - can you email your iPhone photos to yourself, then pick them up from your Macbook to post on here?
Evening all - sounds like a busy day all round. Did my weeding (well some of it) - then the weather was so nice we took the bikes for a spin. Beautiful out there.
OH bought himself a greek cookbook on holiday, so we have just had stuffed peppers, kebabs with spices bought from the Athens market (wow, what a place, never smelt anything like it), and curly fries (not greek, i fear, but yummy).
and now there is tennis to watch
like that whirlwind Maybe i can find room to squeeze a couple more in at the front
Oops - just noticed there is a great big shadow of me in that picture
Lovely Victoria - mine are still going too - seems to have been an incredibly long season for them this year,
this weekends stars are the anenomes. Wild swan has decided to turn her back on the path - which is lucky as her backside is her best bit anyway. And then lots of Hon Jou, and some pink ones i can't remember the names of .... Queen Charlotte has buds, but yet to put in an appearance
Lovely border from caral's NDN, and love that glad Forester - am looking for one that colour for my "hot" patch next year - does it have a name?
Loving that Zorro LPilly. I have two that I kept in pots of mpc this year whilst i decided where to put them ....they flowered pink. The nursery i bought them from assures me that once i get them in my acid soil they will be deep blue .....we shall see
Absolutely. Weather forecast is looking good too.
Wisley was on GQT this week, and sounds as if there is plenty to see - so bring comfy shoes
Currently its me, BM, and Panda ........ is there anyone else wants to join us?
We'll take lots of pics for those who can't make it
Heres a pic
I've got a few that flower well, and have made it through the last two winters (although they were mild ones) - they are a bit more gaudy than the heleniums they are with, but go well together. Agree about them flopping though.
can't grow coreopsis - something eats them - think it the meeces