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Lavender border.


Lavender border.



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This is gorgeous Ray/Jane. The bees will be smiling :-)

13 Jul, 2009

 

Lovely Bonkers......nice place to sit and sniff..........

13 Jul, 2009

 

Love the old wall.

13 Jul, 2009

 

lovely BB

13 Jul, 2009

 

reallylovely BB

13 Jul, 2009

 

Beautiful Lavender a real cottage feel with the old stone wall!

14 Jul, 2009

 

I assume you've not got the Rosemary Beetle on yourLavender! I don't know if they've come that far up yet! I keep removing them and then, next day, finding more!

14 Jul, 2009

 

Thanks for all your kind comments,and yes the bees are all over it !

No Paul not had the Rosemary Beetles yet and dont want them thanks ! Lol

14 Jul, 2009

 

Beautiful Bonkers. Can just imagine myself sitting there with a nice glass of whisky, smelling the lavender and listening to the hum of the bees.

14 Jul, 2009

 

Aye Toto..but only if you have that bath first Lol

14 Jul, 2009

 

Bonkers. You just have to go and spoil everything. We should save ourselves for those women as there are loads of them out there just spoiling for a fight.

14 Jul, 2009

 

Well rather have the hum from than bees than from you ..lol

14 Jul, 2009

 

I suppose you've got a point.

14 Jul, 2009

 

Have this tin bath ready for you ..next door has an old well with crystal clear cold water you could sit in it enjoying your whisky..oh perhaps I should tell you that this border at front of house next to road ..would that be a problem for you ?

14 Jul, 2009

 

looks great

15 Jul, 2009

 

No problem at all Bonkers. If the well is that pure I might even have some of the water in my whisky.

15 Jul, 2009

 

Fantastic looking border guys.

Ali is growing some from seed as we speak and I think it's doing well. Will take some pics soon and chart it's progression. She'd be chuffed if it was a quarter as good as yours!

31 Jul, 2009

 

Hi Ray, I want to get some lavender into my garden but I'm confused by all the different varieties. I just want English Lavender - any idea what latin name it goes by? Thanx

4 Nov, 2009

 

Hi Dawn Latin name is Lavendula but probably better to look for them by variety.The 2 most popular of English lavender are Munstead and Hidcote .. the one in the pic is Munstead.

5 Nov, 2009

 

Wonderful, thanks Ray, I know what to look for now.

6 Nov, 2009



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