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The Front Garden is now begining to show a little colour

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I love this magnolia “Heaven scent” its a pitty its blooms are so fleeting.
I was intending to dig along the left border of the lawn as you look at the photo but am still awaiting the delivery of the lavender plants I ordered so you will have to forgive how messy it looks.


For those of you that remember him Enoch is still on his bench staying put is no hardship for him.lol.
Best wishes to all.

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Your garden is looking colourful. Not met Enoch before, self isolating? Keep healthy.

11 Apr, 2020

 

Phyl, I remember Enoch and am so pleased he is still with you! I agree about Magnolias, they are fabulous, but for just a few weeks. I seem to recall when you re-designed your front garden some years ago that Lavender was thought of. Correct me if I'm wrong ... :o)

11 Apr, 2020

 

Yes I remember him too! Good to see him looking so well, he hasn't aged one bit!

Your front garden is very pretty indeed and lavenders will look perfect to complete your border. Everything ordered online seems to be taking quite a long time at the moment so I hope they will be arrive soon.

11 Apr, 2020

 

Garden looking well manicured and springing into action, Stroller. Magnolia is looking nice too, I really like the shape of your lawn and the way the plants and flowers are all encompassing it nicely. Love your seated area, pretty colour..Enoch looks happy enough where he is..watching the world go by :-)

12 Apr, 2020

 

I think your garden looks lovely Stroller! Looking forward to seeing the lavender.

12 Apr, 2020

 

Messy? I was thinking how neat and organised it looks!
Very attractive and sets a high standard for neighbours to keep up with!

12 Apr, 2020

 

What an attractive front garden, no wonder Enoch is spending time there!

17 Apr, 2020

 

I bet he's missing Ayli though:-( Your garden looks lovely as always Phyll and your magnolia is gorgeous, but it is a pity, as you say, that the blooms are so fleeting. When my azaleas and rhodos are in flower I always think, why don't I have more of these? then flowers gone in the blink of an eye, then I remember why I don't :-))

28 May, 2020

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