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An experiment with the iPad camera and a blog..

I've found that when I have written a blog on the laptop the photos often appear...

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homebird

13 Jun, 2014
Homebird

June 2014 - Year 4

Hello all interested peoples .... Its about a year since i last blogged and not too...

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tony1247

13 Jun, 2014
Tony1247

bees and geranium

I'm delighted to find that the geraniums attract bees by the dozen: I'm not used...

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franl155

13 Jun, 2014
Franl155

" Help Geranium Identification"

Can anyone please Identfy these two geraniums, both equally lovely but would to know...

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PANSYPOTTER

12 Jun, 2014
Pansypotter

A lighthearted blog about our Blueberry Bush

Have you ever seen the film "How to lose a guy in 10 days"? If so, you'll remember...

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mizzle

12 Jun, 2014
Mizzle

"Lego" raised beds??

I was looking for "raised beds" that were more "raised" than usual, and came across...

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franl155

12 Jun, 2014
Franl155

French Style!

We have just returned from a family holiday in the Loire and I was captivated by...

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wildrose

12 Jun, 2014
Wildrose

My ideas of containers grouping of flowers

I am so pleased that weather is permitting us to enjoy the garden.Here are some of...

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shahida

12 Jun, 2014
Shahida

AT LAST! FIRST FLOWERS IN MY GARDEN THIS YEAR.

Finally some of my roses have started blooming and hope to have more soon. Below...

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kokkinotriantafyllo

12 Jun, 2014
Kokkinotria..

tis has been such a good day, i wanted to share with you....

there were a number of happy events today, none of them planned [which always makes...

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odaatpat

12 Jun, 2014
Odaatpat

A little look around my garden

Which has a lot of different shades of green in it but I like it the photo's are...

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kidsgran

11 Jun, 2014
Kidsgran

Been a beautiful hot day

Biked 16 miles Then came across a new family Thursday just biked 14 miles lots...

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Scotkat

11 Jun, 2014
Scotkat

Visits to nurseries in Suffolk and East Anglia

We went to Suffolk 1st week of June, after visiting friends in the vicinity. Woottens,...

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siris

11 Jun, 2014
Siris

Binley Woods Open Gardens

Hello fellow gardeners. I'd like to tell you about the OPEN GARDENS I'm organising...

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lynniec

11 Jun, 2014
Lynniec

After The Rains Had Gone

We had some very heavy thundery showers today, so when the rain stopped and the Sun...

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PANSYPOTTER

10 Jun, 2014
Pansypotter

Victorian Garden at Abergavenny Castle

Recently I went to see an Abergavenny Castle. There is a tiny little garden-looking...

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kasy

10 Jun, 2014
Kasy

Glamis Walled Garden this morning before the rain

I decided to pop down for a wee while this morning as it was dry and really wanted...

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Scotkat

10 Jun, 2014
Scotkat

Oh Joy! (2)

And the blackbird sings.

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digginfit

10 Jun, 2014
Digginfit

Battle of the Bindweed - Round 2

How things looked in the beginning: And how Round 1 ended: As I continued cutting...

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franl155

10 Jun, 2014
Franl155

Oh Joy!

As with a lot of other folk, we had a couple of hefty thunder storms here overnight...

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digginfit

10 Jun, 2014
Digginfit

Before and during...

When we first came here, there was a wonderful bed of Osteospermum jucundum-the only...

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spritzhenry

10 Jun, 2014
Spritzhenry

Welcome to our garden.

Hi we are Sarah and Adrian and we garden in our small garden on the Northern outskirts...

8 comments

sera_n_ade

9 Jun, 2014
Sera_n_ade

Two weeks in the life of a Kiwi

Under our carport I have a "self fertile" Actonidia deliciosa which has just started...

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siris

9 Jun, 2014
Siris

June Garden

Near the middle of June So I thought I would do the record now as everything is still...

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dorjac

9 Jun, 2014
Dorjac

AM to PM

Picture taken this morning: Picture taken this afternoon: I have never seen rain...

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oliveoil

9 Jun, 2014
Oliveoil

lilys not right this year

ive always got a nice show of lilys but this year they are a bit spindley,and then...

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ladybug47

9 Jun, 2014
Ladybug47

My Primula Beds

Have been busy re potting and tidying inside the Primula house, Thought I would show...

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bjs

9 Jun, 2014
Bjs

Blackbird -Colour coded

I recycle my snails by putting them on the stepping stones in the grass and then-stepping...

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siris

8 Jun, 2014
Siris

Garden Up Festival - Sheffield Botanical Garden

The Garden Up festival is a new event to Sheffield. The idea is to have show gardens...

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littleoldman

8 Jun, 2014
Littleoldman

A selection for early June

Rhododendron all but over a slight lull until the summer plants get going. Still...

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bjs

8 Jun, 2014
Bjs

What a pleasant suprise...

Hi all, Having used some plants in my hanging baskets that I have never used, or...

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alias

8 Jun, 2014
Alias

Some of my garden in June

Its so nice to stroll around my garden . And now I feel its just how I want it. Maybe...

16 comments

Scotkat

8 Jun, 2014
Scotkat

My Garden June 2014

Nothing much to do now. Everything have grown so much. Spending a lot of time thinning...

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michaella2014

8 Jun, 2014
Michaella2014

Woodpecker Chicks (Big Bro and Titch).

A week or so ago, Wendy and I were lucky enough to see two Greater Spotted Woodpecker...

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alanb

8 Jun, 2014
Alanb

Climbers - using every available space. Clematis

This is a daughter of Clematis Miss Bateman. She is growing on the north east aspect...

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siris

7 Jun, 2014
Siris

Finnerty Gardens University of Victoria BC Canada

The Finnerty Gardens at the University of Victoria, Victoria BC has Canada's largest...

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NancyM

7 Jun, 2014
Nancym

Butchart Gardens Victoria BC Canada

The Butchart Gardens in Victoria BC is a National Historic Site of Canada which began...

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NancyM

7 Jun, 2014
Nancym

Red Poppy

Barbara This is the first flower on my red poppy.I took the photo in the pouring...

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marjories

7 Jun, 2014
Marjories

Spoilt Brat Part 3

It has taken me a week to come back down to earth after...

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Gee19

7 Jun, 2014
Gee19

An evening view

Took these from the patio window the other evening as the sun went down.

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hollyeves

7 Jun, 2014
Hollyeves

Pots, Containers and Hanging Baskets....How many do you have?

By my reckoning there are approximately 39,000 GoY members. I wonder how many pots,...

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alanb

7 Jun, 2014
Alanb

a quick update on puns etc

well im putting the final lines and hairs,highlights etc . nearly there . im really...

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noseypotter

7 Jun, 2014
Noseypotter

Gardening

Thank you for your advice on the plum tree

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123gardening

7 Jun, 2014
123gardening

Lily Beetle.

I was on lily beetle patrol yesterday and found 6. I knock them off into a yellow...

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homebird

7 Jun, 2014
Homebird

Poor Hostas

Well my lovely Hostas are being shredded no matter what I do ,although the ones on...

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nanjo

7 Jun, 2014
Nanjo

Veg patch gettin goin

the Raised bed has finally come together (cue trumpets) and is starting to look good, Still...

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stevietheterrible

6 Jun, 2014
Steviethete..

GODDARD'S (National Trust Head Office) YORK. With Cafe & Gardens.

This is the former home of the Terry family in Dringhouses, York. It is well worth...

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jbardet

6 Jun, 2014
Jbardet

shrub with right-angled stem??

while clearning up the corner of the back garden, I found htis shrub huddled at the...

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franl155

6 Jun, 2014
Franl155

Local bluebells in nearby woods recently.

So pretty I just wanted to show you.

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louby

5 Jun, 2014
Louby

My other older bird bath

I love having purple draping flowers from my other cherub birdbath, next to the bench...

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louby

5 Jun, 2014
Louby