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Winter flowers

Posted: 17/12/2016 at 13:58

Chrissy your winter Jasmine looks great too. It really is a miracle plant the way it performs in winter Isn't it. Mine is doing OK but not quite so  spectacular as yours. If the weather stays mild a sprig will look great on a Christmas table but a frost will set it back a bit.

Winter flowers

Posted: 17/12/2016 at 12:48

lovely pics Chicky, must be really mild down in Surrey. Not too bad here in Cheshire but with this warm weather the slugs have enjoyed my Kale. I planted out about fourteen plants and now have one left. I don't suppose that will survive much longer unless the weather changes

Winter flowers

Posted: 16/12/2016 at 22:01

Lovely pictures, great to see that some things seem determined to flower whatever the weather conditions. Guernsey your Poinsettia looks amazing. I've never managed to get one to flower the following year after purchase. I guess the different light conditions you get over there must help.

Winter flowers

Posted: 16/12/2016 at 14:27

It seems to have righted itself all on it's own. Hurray!!

now how did that happen.

Winter flowers

Posted: 16/12/2016 at 14:24

 Oh dear! I've managed to upload my Mahonia photo but now it's upside down! 

Any more winter flower photos from anyone, especially if you can upload them correctly.

Winter flowers

Posted: 16/12/2016 at 13:51

Thanks Logan, I did try clicking on the camera but somehow failed to get my photo from my library reproduced. I also tried to take a photo directly but that didn't work either. I'll have another go shortly. Perhaps I am just not getting it right, typical of me! 

Thanks anyway, I'll keep trying 

Winter flowers

Posted: 16/12/2016 at 12:43

There is a lovely Mahonia flowering away in my front garden and how cheerful it looks in the winter gloom. Winter flowers are so valuable to insects and humans alike. I would like to take a picture of it or copy one from my library but do not know how to reproduce it here. Can anyone help me with this?

Big Dreams Small Spaces 2017

Posted: 16/12/2016 at 06:36

Thank you for the link Kitty. I also managed to access a programme by Carol Klein through this link and really enjoyed seeing Carol's garden through the winter months. 

Big Dreams Small Spaces 2017

Posted: 15/12/2016 at 06:55

Something to look forward to in dreary January 


Posted: 06/12/2016 at 18:20

Hello Joyce, yes I did visit the Kelvingrove museum and Art gallery and what a wonderful experience that was. I feel that I need another week to see it all.

My Glaswegian friend was delighted at my enthusiasm for the city of her birth and knew all the places that I visited.

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