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I've gotsome garden visiting to do at the weekend, everything looks better in sunlight or shade but not all over grey.
That would be very kind Gg.
Loved your garden Dove
Gg I want my share of summer now, still that cold northerly wind and no sun here today.
Dhc, some plants take forever to open don't they
Yes B-L not flowering together is another problem. This year is extreme for things not flowering at the right time and some are held back by cold much more than others.
Hi all, hollie hock said sweet rocket for that mauve flower and it looks right to me. the yellow one is birds foot trefoil, love those.
Some great garden pics around tonite
My efforts with colour fall down because I'm always putting in that extra plant because it needs a home.
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Hello folks The big problem with my job is that when I go on leave my work just piles up to wait for me - then when I go back to work colleagues go on leave and I have to do their jobs as well as my own I remember that so well Dove. Not much longer now
Hello folks The big problem with my job is that when I go on leave my work just piles up to wait for me - then when I go back to work colleagues go on leave and I have to do their jobs as well as my own
I remember that so well Dove. Not much longer now
They're certainly not hardy perennials which is what they were originally said to be.
I wouldn't worry about the sealant. It may be out of fashion now but it was used for years so it can't be that bad. I know a lot of people that still seal any pruning cuts and they're as successful as those who don't.
It doesn't sound good for the apple.
What proportion of your planting is affected?
It always looks bare to start with OD
Every year about April I look at my garden and think I need lots more plants. By May I'm wondering where I'm going to put all the plants I've grown/bought.