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Latest posts by Wintersong

Summer has arrived

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 20:30

It's not really judgement...it's collective appreciation

Garden Gallery 2013

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 20:28

Deano, your veg area is really delightful and I can see how much work you've put into its design, build and tending. My veg plot is not even half as nice

Gardenfantic, every year get's better at your place  I can see how its maturing and how on earth do you keep those lawn edges so perfect? 

Busy-Lizzie, as always, your garden makes me wish I lived in France...oh wait..I wish I did before then. I will retire there one day...

Keep up the great postings on this thread everyone...I'm loving them all! xx

Hello I'm a Lily Beetle, come and get me!

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 20:08

I've only seen one this year so far (in Kent) and that was sitting on my ceanothus!

I hope I haven't tempted fate, but I do try to remember to check my lilies every time I'm in the garden, I have a pretty beady eye.

Summer has arrived

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 20:02

Yes, gorgeous photos from everyone and amazing potential from Andy, can't wait to see what he's done so far!

Garden Gallery 2013

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 08:26

Super veg plot Deanno 

What did you do in your garden today?

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 08:23

Lovely tip Birdy13! Thankyou

Cloud pruning anyone?

Posted: 03/06/2013 at 08:19

What a gorgeous tree! don't prune it...move the water butt

What did you do in your garden today?

Posted: 02/06/2013 at 22:26

Sat.

Evening sun.

Dusk chorus.

dozed off.

end of a long day!

Hello I'm a Lily Beetle, come and get me!

Posted: 02/06/2013 at 22:24

I use a plant label and jar to scoop them into, then apply pressure until suitably squashed.

Gardening errors.....

Posted: 02/06/2013 at 20:36

Maidenhair ferns are more tollerate of sunlight. There is always an exception to the rule and I forgot this one in my easy gardening bullet points.

Glad you are growing Saxifrage and alpines, I especially love alpine phlox and have several very sprawling plants from one plant in just a couple of years! But I didn't include them because most alpines don't like being soggy in the winter, so you must have great natural drainage in your soil

 

Oh I just remembered, you can't go wrong in dry shade with any Dryopteris fern..I love that the clue is in the name

Discussions started by Wintersong

Whats wrong with my hosta?

It's half the size of last year 
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Before and After

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June in Your Garden!

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Ooh ooh so excited!

New border 
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Talkback: Informal planting

Andy said "Basically, it’s like a collage of pictures stuck on a bit of paper, except I do it in Powerpoint on a computer." It's an incredi... 
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Why Miss Bateman?

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Phormium newbie

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