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Leucanthemum sub. 'Edgebrook Giant',

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By Sanbaz


Leucanthemum sub. 'Edgebrook Giant', (leucanthemum sub edgebrook giant)

named with help from bamboo, and in need off splitting, its got so big and almost in the pond.



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Did you manage to keep this over the winter San? I've just heard we are now on a flood warning!

6 Aug, 2011

 

yes karen had this two winters now, very hardy, poor you floods in august is just unbelievable, its showers here but nothing like you have :o(

6 Aug, 2011

 

That's great isn't it...I didn't know you could get hardy ones like this! Yes, bl***y awful weather since early June. By tomorrow lunch time we will have quite a lot of water here. I certainly won't be getting my grass cut!

6 Aug, 2011

 

Fabulous! I've always wanted to try growing some Leucanthemum.

7 Aug, 2011

 

Mine are getting ready for splitting.

7 Aug, 2011

 

Sorry San, I was too late to remove that comment. Apologies for my bad word, I am not at my best at the moment!

7 Aug, 2011

 

These look lovely Sandra and look a little like marguerittes. They add a splash of brightness too near your pond...

7 Aug, 2011

 

My that is doing well San....

7 Aug, 2011

 

Wonderful show they are lovely.

8 Aug, 2011

 

thanx guys and done worry about it karen ***** we all feel like saying the odd one lol
these have been lovely except when heavy rain hit then grrr, but worth having for impact and brightening up the garden :o))

8 Aug, 2011

 

They look so beautiful......in the sun!! Like Karen we have a lot of rain which is flattening a lot of my beautiful flowers.
I work so hard to keep the garden flowering at this time of year, but the weather makes it really hard!! *****

12 Aug, 2011

 

thankyou linda, sadly with even more heavy rain they have come to an end and look so tatty now, its august and really isnt a lot left in my garden, just the odd flower and plant , think the summer is ending early again this year.

14 Aug, 2011

 

In general my garden looks great.... it is my main flower bed I struggle with....it is best in June and July.
Three sides are fine, but the side most seen is hard work. I have been filling dull spots with pots of lilies and the wide array of daisy type flowers so dominant at this time of year. I'll give up in September!!!!!

14 Aug, 2011

 

That's what I have too - lovely daisies

15 Aug, 2011

 

i agree linda, sept i will give up i think lol, but feel we havent enjoyed any time relaxing this year and enjoying the garden, not one party for the family this year, oh well.
paul they are lovely but gone now with rain so may cut right back and split soon, moving them back as i cant see my other plants lol

15 Aug, 2011



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