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Posted: 03/07/2015 at 07:32

Morning jinxygg and welcome.

yes am sure we can all,chip in to help you on the way

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 03/07/2015 at 07:30

Hello forkers 

summer rolls on....hot already

got plant arriving today...another agastache plus one next week.  Don't know how that happened cos I decided weeks back not to buy more plants.  

peaches almost ready to eat....

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 03/07/2015 at 07:25

Yes over wimters well....last year it was left outside.  Actually it may be called Bonfire but it is an eye catcher all summer long.  Well fed and well watered and it will add another 30 cms in height.  I have one next to heliotrope chatsworth ...purple blue...and they complement each other well I think

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 03/07/2015 at 00:16

Why, thank you Susan.....missed you there 

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 03/07/2015 at 00:10

Yes over wimters well....last year it was left outside.  Actually it may be called Bonfire but it is an eye catcher all summer long.  Well fed and well watered and it will add another 30 cms in height.  I have one next to heliotrope chatsworth ...purple blue...and they complement each other well I think

Choisya

Posted: 03/07/2015 at 00:04

That tea sure is strong but yes zzzzzzzzzz

Very dry, sandy, sunny, narrow border

Posted: 03/07/2015 at 00:02

Nepeta, agree with sedums, bonariensis,  artemesia powys castle, thymus silver posie (makes a taller mound of silver topped with pink flowers right now), santolinas...check out the hellow foliaged variety lemon fizz....caryopteris, osteospermums, agastaches, euryops, dwarf pittosporums like Tom Thumb, verbena homestead purple, anthemis, heathers, the winter sort, festucas, dwarf stipas, phormiums, gauras, helichrysums, libertia, variegated spireas,,pinks, veronicas, salvias, penstemons, perovskia, juniper blue star,

i commend you Happy flower for planting according to your conditions.....it will make llfe bith for you and your plants much easier

Choisya

Posted: 02/07/2015 at 23:48

With you on this Tetley.  Love choisyas and also trim them to make neat evergreen mounds when not flowering. still pursuing the mew dwarf variety..whute dazzler

Confessions of the plantaholics

Posted: 02/07/2015 at 22:38

Sanjy, you couldn't help yourself though could you?  Me?  I never succomb to such temptation........

Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 02/07/2015 at 22:35

Yep Matt...a begonia ...firecracker I think, something like that. Ive had it a few years now.  Grown very tall this year ...already over 100 cm.   Its the angle but it is in a pot much closer to me when I took photo 

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