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A short glimpse of our roses.

I think this year has been a wonderful time for roses-they must have loved the very...

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wildrose

9 Jun, 2018
Wildrose

Mail Order experiences

Many of us have been using mail order companies this season, as well as supporting...

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sheilabub

9 Jun, 2018
Sheilabub

Beth Chatto’s Funeral

Hello If your interested, here’s a nice piece from Beth’s granddaughter.

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dawnsaunt

8 Jun, 2018
Dawnsaunt

I just picked another large bunch of Parsley

and dropped it into the freezer tray. The other one seems to be ok. Have never...

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dianebulley

8 Jun, 2018
Dianebulley

Iris Crosses Flowering 2018

For my information and your pleasure, Iris crosses that I have made, flowered this...

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siris

7 Jun, 2018
Siris

Roses

We have had this rose for at least 20years and for the past few years the blooms...

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corpusty

7 Jun, 2018
Corpusty

Hello everyone

What a horrendous year this has been , I believe we're beginning at last to see the...

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amy2

6 Jun, 2018
Amy2

Battling the Ermine Moth

As some of you know, we have a Hawthorn Hedge all around our plot. Its pretty, but...

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cottagekaren

6 Jun, 2018
Cottagekaren

Never mind the label, enjoy the plant?????

I bought an iris with this label from the members stand at a show. I could not find...

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scotsgran

6 Jun, 2018
Scotsgran

Sambucus

I like them alot and I now have a few, 13 in fact, unlucky number, may need to get...

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dawnsaunt

5 Jun, 2018
Dawnsaunt

Castor Oil Plant

On my gardening magazine there is a packet of free seeds. In the packet there is...

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marjories

5 Jun, 2018
Marjories

SPURGE!

This afternoon I decided to tackle the weeds in the Alstroemeria pots whilst the...

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eirlys

4 Jun, 2018
Eirlys

Revamping a Border (Part 1)

This year, 'Devonia' will be open under the National Garden Scheme on 19th August....

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AndrewR

4 Jun, 2018
Andrewr

Spring is Here...Oh Wait!..check the calendar, April 17 to May 17, 2018

I feel like I'm emerging from a dark dream to find things changed. April 15 to 17...

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Lori

4 Jun, 2018
Lori

Daylily 6

First, I will start with a comparison of 3 seedlings from the same pod, [(Better...

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wylieintheazores

4 Jun, 2018
Wylieinthea..

Although Charlie and the Rich Brothers and all their hidden helpers

make garden makeovers look easy, it is easy to adapt a garden to failing physical...

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dianebulley

4 Jun, 2018
Dianebulley

New Residence!

This bird box has been in the garden for a few years.....we have hoped each year...

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meadowland

3 Jun, 2018
Meadowland

Gardening Scotland 2018

OH and I did our volunteering stint at GS yesterday at the Pallet and Planter Exhibits....

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scotsgran

3 Jun, 2018
Scotsgran

Time to take you for a short walk . .

to show the recent planting. I'd looked for a shallow dish for ages, and was delighted...

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sheilabub

3 Jun, 2018
Sheilabub

Ready to Welcome our Visitors

Well, after 3 weeks of wall-to-wall sunshine, the forecast for tomorrow is colder...

34 comments

cottagekaren

3 Jun, 2018
Cottagekaren

A great June!

It was 88F today. 31C. Its just a fast peak thing for today..but nice in the 24C...

10 comments

stan510

3 Jun, 2018
Stan510