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My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 30/01/2016 at 23:15

Yes flumpy it is the bad that makes you appreciate the good.

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 30/01/2016 at 12:39

I found the wind had blown two of my Iris unguilaris flowers down into the mud so I rescued them and put them with my hellebore heads and discovered their beautiful perfume in doing so.  They are now beneath my reading lamp where the heat will bring out the perfume.  This perfumed gardening lark does tend to make one a bit hedonistic.

 


 

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 30/01/2016 at 11:02

 Good to hear from you,flowers.  I treated myself to some flowers from the garden this morning and included my bird poster from RSPB as it is Bird watch weekend and put them in my Bristol Blue vases.   I will get myself a bunch of snowdrops later to scent the kitchen.

 


 

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 30/01/2016 at 08:36

Colder here too flumpy but forecast is for a dry day so will do the RSPB bird count today as rain is forecast for tomorrow.  Not windy as yet.  

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 29/01/2016 at 10:16

A perfect pair LG.  I have taken a few pics in the conservatory which is nice and warm too so will be reading in there among the flowers.


 


 


 


 The scent from my hyacinths is delightful.

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 29/01/2016 at 08:52

It has rained through the night so a wet scene out there this morning with a few things strewn around by the wind which is still gusting at 40 odd mph.  Rain forecast till it is dark .  Still very mild at 10degrees and set to climb to 12 but I will not venture out in that wind.  My books I had for Xmas are calling me.  Next best thing to being among my plants is reading about them.  The camellia bud that is fully open in the conservatory is quite beautiful so will take its picture and post it later.

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 13:39

My nine perennials I ordered on Tuesday from the Secret Gardening Club have just arrived - red, white and blue - hemerocallis,  vinca minor and platycodon.  After a quick lunch I will get out again and see to them.

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 12:25

Yes TY GWRS.  Lovely up there in the brilliant sunshine where the pristine white plum blossom and snowdrops were especially beautiful.  Not too cold at 10degrees.

 


 


 


 

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 09:00

Only 3 degrees this morning but bright sunshine and dry garden at last.  My spirits are quite lifted despite the cold.  I should be able to visit the whole of my garden today and see what is thriving.  The squirrels are out already and the birds.  It is very calm and peaceful.

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

Posted: 27/01/2016 at 19:08

Yes flumpy, conservatory all tidy.  The rain did not stop all day!  Colder tomorrow but drier too.  No two days seem to be the same nowadays.  Roll on spring now.

Discussions started by happymarion

My Perfumed Bristol Garden in 2016.

About my efforts to entice pollinators with scent to my Garden in Bristol. 
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Trouble posting pictures.

Just noticed today, 24.08.15 
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new series

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My Bristol Garden in 2015

about how I am trying my best to be ecologically friendly in Bristol's year as Green Capital of Europe. 
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Talkback: Using nettles in the kitchen

I too am a nettle lover, Kate. Nettle tea is delicious. You can buy the dried variety if you do not have your own source. 
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Talkback: Trees for wildlife

Well done, Kate. Last winter was so mild and wet lots of sickly trees suddenly showed what they are made of. Trees and shrubs that had nev... 
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Talkback: Tomato blight and potato blight

The "Charlotte" potatoes I an trialling for Mr. Fothergill are harvested from the potato planter bag and being eaten. very delicious and a ... 
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Talkback: Growing tomatoes outdoors

Growing tomatoes indoors and out is a trial the Nation of Gardeners Project is doing for Mr. Fothergill Seeds. Ferline F1 is included in th... 
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Talkback: Sowing tomato seed

I have three gems of tomatoes to sow as a participant in Mr. fothergills Trials in the nation of Gardeners project, called "Black Opal". "Pi... 
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2014

My Golden Jubilee Garden 
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Talkback: Autumn goes out in a blaze of glory

My acer seedlings from the Botanic Garden which I weeded are all different colouring - salmon pink, rich toffee, crimson. pale pink and a ve... 
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clematis in need of identification

an unlabeled gift of a clematis in need of a name. 
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Autumn colour

Celebrating the warm colours of autumn 
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Talkback: Didiscus coerulea 'Blue Lace'

One of my birthday presents was Kalanchoe "Bronze Sculpture" which is commonly known as the Paddle plant but this one has bronze colored tip... 
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Painting what you've grown

Letting other people see what can be done to immortalise your plants. 
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