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Woodland border


Woodland border

Feat. Spirea Japonica ' Goldflame ' and Narcissi ' Paperwhite '



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very nice

16 Apr, 2010

 

very pretty border jane/ray ;o))

16 Apr, 2010

 

Thanks both.....

16 Apr, 2010

 

lovely

16 Apr, 2010

 

Thanks Eileen...nice to see the sun for a change !

16 Apr, 2010

 

Very nice

16 Apr, 2010

amy
Amy
 

That is very pretty Ray .. . I know I had some Paperwhites , i've got the packet to prove it but I haven't seen them out in the garden , I wonder why !

16 Apr, 2010

 

Mice ? Pigeons ? Pheasants ?...Lol

16 Apr, 2010

 

I love how the sunlight hits the one area, Captures the woodland setting perfectly. :-))

16 Apr, 2010

 

so pretty

17 Apr, 2010

 

What a smashing pic of a great combination. Love the way the sunlight hits it.

17 Apr, 2010

 

Lovely contrast, Bonkers.

17 Apr, 2010

 

Its lovely and it looks natural, as it should out in the country where you live.

17 Apr, 2010

 

Thanks all...it just keeps getting better.The anemones are in bud and the aquilegias not far behind !

17 Apr, 2010

 

looks lovely

18 Apr, 2010

 

thank you Deida...

18 Apr, 2010

 

Beautiful woodland setting, just perfect......

21 Apr, 2010

 

Aw thanks DD garden bursts into life in spring esp as we are surrounded by trees and once that leaf canopy covers us the summer seems a bit dull plant wise.

21 Apr, 2010

 

This looks the business. Really good show of height and colour.

Jealous now!! :0)

22 Apr, 2010

 

Well...youre doing well in your garden though Ob...following your blogs...coming on a real treat !

22 Apr, 2010

 

Why thank you! I just find it fascinating when I see other people's efforts and think.....hmmmmm, that would look good if I had the space and some things I see I would never have liked before but seeing ideas on here is inspiring.

I think I love the wildlife aspect of your haven as well:0)

Plus, my soil is crap to say the least. Either full-on clay or full of conifer roots, hence the amount of planters but still love it!

22 Apr, 2010

 

Oh Ob..what a combination...clay and roots ! We were lucky...after we got rid of all the rock....lovely fertile soil underneath..hard work but worth it !
Love to see how the wildlife is flocking to your garden too..those goldfinches are a real bonus !
Only lived here 2 years..totally overgrown and neglected...but now feel that we are nurturing the garden...whilst giving the wildlife the best we can offer.Thanks for your lovely comments....

22 Apr, 2010

 

Pretty pic BB :o)

25 Apr, 2010

 

Thanks TT.....:o)

25 Apr, 2010



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