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Plants still in flower?

Posted: 10/12/2011 at 20:55

Where I am in the West Midlands, we have only had two slight frosts so far this year.   So roses, fuschias, etc., are still blooming well.   I am sure we will get cold weather soon, but for the moment it is wind and rain that is forecast.

photos from the garden

Posted: 09/12/2011 at 22:24

What lovely pictures.   Your garden must be such a picture of colour in the summer.   Thank you for sharing them with us.

By the way, what is the name of the lovely orange-coloured rose?

Redesign of garden

Posted: 09/12/2011 at 22:16

My garden is sightly bigger too, and again I have got a paved circle in the middle of the flower garden.    I decided to dispense with a lawn altogether, although the front garden has one.    I have a patio area, and no children, so grass seemed a waste of good soil to me.     I have four beds around the circle, two of which have obelisks of clematis in them.   

The only drawback with my garden is that you can see it all in one go.    I would love a garden large enough to be able to divide it into "rooms", but you don't need to even walk around mine!

Talkback: Planting bulbs

Posted: 09/12/2011 at 21:58

Good luck with your nerines.   I think they are fabulous flowers.   I do not seem to be lucky growing them, though.    Last year I was given some, and I thought maybe I would be third time lucky trying to grow them.   They did grow and flower, and I thought I had it cracked.   However this year I got leaves only and not a single flower.  Where did I go wrong?

Plants still in flower?

Posted: 09/12/2011 at 21:55

I have a rhododendron that should flower in May but has been flowering since September.   It is now producing new leaves, which I expect to be killed off by the frost (when we get some).     I feel sad that I shall not be enjoying it in May - or do you think it will flower again then?

Welcome to the potting shed

Posted: 09/12/2011 at 21:41

This is just the right time of year for gardening books.    Lovely to curl up on the settee with when it is not possible to potter outdoors

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