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Additions to my garden.

I have wanted a pretty birdbath for a while as it always brings back memories of...

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louby

5 Jun, 2014
Louby

I found another Clematis...

It must be 4 years since I planted a Clematis in the border beside the Spirea and...

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homebird

5 Jun, 2014
Homebird

Mirrors Experiments

We acquired three mirrors from friends garages recently. We mounted them around the...

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alanb

5 Jun, 2014
Alanb

Ridiculous, February Blues in June...

Well what else can you say, I did get my lawns and front hedge cut on Monday between...

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lincslass

5 Jun, 2014
Lincslass

Herbaceous border-early Summer.

This is supposed to be set up for late Summer/Autumn but plenty in flower now. Plants...

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pcw

5 Jun, 2014
Pcw

A DAY IN THE GARDEN AT SPINDLES HAMPSHIRE...

THE GARDEN HAS HAD MANY CHANGES IN THE LAST FEW YEARS, AND NO DOUBT WILL HAVE MANY...

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Dottydaisy2

4 Jun, 2014
Dottydaisy2

**EVERYTHING IS COMING UP ROSES...**

HELLO ALL, I HAVE NOT BEEN ON OF LATE, FAMILY WEDDING, THEN SPENT A FEW DAYS AWAY...

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Dottydaisy2

4 Jun, 2014
Dottydaisy2

A change for the better :)

The part of my garden nearest the patio is in a bit of a mess ... I must tell you...

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hywel

4 Jun, 2014
Hywel

Early June Garden

Just a very few pics for my own records really. The Roses haven't yet opened, so...

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cottagekaren

4 Jun, 2014
Cottagekaren

R I O

Rebuilding It Ourselves ................................................... Last...

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terratoonie

3 Jun, 2014
Terratoonie

shear enjoyment

I’d been chatting to Steragram and mentioned cutting the grass with scissors – she...

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franl155

3 Jun, 2014
Franl155

June garden....

Hi all, I've not written a blog for a long time (maybe a couple years!!) thought...

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pope_dot

3 Jun, 2014
Pope_dot

WINTERBOURNE BOTANIC GARDEN. EGBASTON, BIRMINGHAM.

Yesterday I went on a U3A coach trip with three friends to the above gardens. Winterbourne...

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bornagain

3 Jun, 2014
Bornagain

The garden is growing well..

I can't believe how well the plants are doing ,hardy fushias are well ahead as they...

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nanjo

3 Jun, 2014
Nanjo

The Front - end of May

Just to record the state of play at the end of May First a poppy just about to come...

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stevietheterrible

2 Jun, 2014
Steviethete..

a bit more of what im up too at the moment

about 9 years ago I had my heating changed and I had brick replica stuff round the...

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noseypotter

2 Jun, 2014
Noseypotter

If you are looking for motivation I think you might just like to see these pictures

Many years ago as the story goes: I saw too much grass and not enough colour. I...

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oliveoil

2 Jun, 2014
Oliveoil

Greater Spotted Woodpecker Chick

At last the woodpecker chick came to visit us. The poor thing has been stuck up a...

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alanb

2 Jun, 2014
Alanb

Visit to the Ardcarraig garden

A week ago we visited drove a few miles out of the city and visited Lorna MacMahon's...

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jagienka

2 Jun, 2014
Jagienka

Our Chelsea Day Part 2

This is the more colourful part of the Chelsea Blog. The planting in the show gardens...

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cottagekaren

1 Jun, 2014
Cottagekaren

i've had a thought re my future back garden...

and would like your thoughts and ideas, if you don't mind taking the time...as i...

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odaatpat

1 Jun, 2014
Odaatpat

rose intruder removed

There was a tall thin plant/sapling growing up very close to the rose bush, crowding...

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franl155

1 Jun, 2014
Franl155

Battle of the Bindweed - Round 1

The right-back corner of the back garden was badly overgrown when I first saw the...

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franl155

1 Jun, 2014
Franl155