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All the colours of the rainbow

Well, pretty much. Just a selection of the colourful things happening at the moment – we have asters: Rudbeckias: These are the new perennial ones: And the annuals look fantastic mixed with the clary: Fuschia: And shiny black Hypericum berries: … Continue reading

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A quick trim

I’ve spent a couple of hours in the garden this afternoon having a tidy up – quite a few things needed chopping back and there was some weeding to do as well. Actually there’s still weeding to do but after … Continue reading

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Mum’s garden (mostly)

We visited Mum today – her garden is looking lovely, lots of colour, so I took some photos to show you. At the front, the rudbeckias are doing very well and have filled out a lot. There’s also a lot … Continue reading

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Not the best pictures in the world

But then, it’s been that sort of day. So when I got home and was greeted by┬áthese lovely roses I had to take a quick snap. Then I found the first rudbeckia to be in flower: And that cheered me … Continue reading

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The yellows and oranges are coming

For the last few weeks it seems the garden has been a sea of pinks, blues and purples with just the occasional dot of white, red or yellow. But the front garden is started to show a bit of variety, … Continue reading

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A few quick updates

This weekend we have: collected five tomato plants, a pot of marigolds and numerous asters and rudbeckias from my mum. Some of the tomato plants have just been moved into bigger pots and they are now settling into their new … Continue reading

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Asters, rudbeckias, raspberries and damselflies

We haven’t done very much in the garden lately apart from tidying up, but today I wanted to get the asters and rudbeckias in the ground as well as cutting a few things back. The bindweed has started to make … Continue reading

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