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That sums it up I think artjak
It might be Tracey. But it might not be, there are many. Have you a photo?
I think the first is an aster, couldn't possibly say which one. Probably as tough as the hypericum and could be split/moved any time
I think Vic is right, saw fly larvae. Judging by the numbers and what they eating
Good plan Snoodle, we want to enjoy the trip not torture ourselves
I thought the late summer weather was going to last forever but I was wrong
They're lovely, and I forgot the winter flowering daphnes.
Bit too much sometimes artjak, proving hard to get back in shape.
Me and the garden
If you get bored, and think a bit of hacking and slashing or shredding would be good, we have plenty of tools. You needn't bring your own
We're good thank you artjak
That's the advantage of the buses, no booking required. That and the bus pass
The downside is a 2 hour journey that can be driven in about 45 minutes. I might still park and ride
Scents are good in winter, the pink Viburnums, loniceras, sarcococcas.
Snowdrops and the very early crocuses. Cyclamen coum