It sounds as if you have a Lacecap Hydrangea ... they look quite different to the mophead types. Much more delicate and elegant ...
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Foot's not too bad thanks Fairy ... still a bit achey .. feels a bit bruised inside ... but I s'pose that's not surprising. Thank goodness they need me to keep an eye on those tennis matches
Car cleaning stuff? Wots that
A while back a couple of nice teenage lads came around cleaning cars ... they gave mine a thorough going over for a tenner and it gleamed like new ... I realised it hadn't been done since the day before Ma died, April 2016 and that was by the nice Eastern European team in the Waitrose car park ... they're not there any more I'll have to keep paying the nice teenage lads
Nanny Beach says:... those boxes are sure getting full Dove!!!
... those boxes are sure getting full Dove!!!
Sometimes you have to get someone heavy to sit on the lids Nanny B
Chalk streams are hugely important wildlife habitats ... can't see how chalk can be a problem.
Hard to tell it's a joke if you don't use smiles or at least say LOL ...
We've had some hot dry weather this year and your tree's only very recently been planted .. it has had copious amounts of water regularly hasn't it? At least two buckets full at least three times a week minimum is what I'd have been giving it
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Not being white or pink narrows the options a bit, but Rosa 'Gwent' is a good one
Have a look at Fragrant Delight https://www.classicroses.co.uk/fragrant-delight-bush-rose.html
and Lucky https://www.classicroses.co.uk/lucky-bush-rose.html
Both are repeat flowering floribundas, highly fragrant and not too tall ... both suitable for container growing with appropriate care ... they will of course need more watering and feeding than roses planted in the ground.
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