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How's this for a hosta garden?

this is just one of the many beautiful sights on my scooter run with the dogs, all...

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odaatpat

9 Jul, 2018
Odaatpat

Another neighbour...

such a lovely landscaped home..

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odaatpat

9 Jul, 2018
Odaatpat

A Change is a Good Thing!

For a long time I have been very much against changing anything in our garden, I...

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sunnydais

9 Jul, 2018
Sunnydais

a neighbour's new garden...

this is one of the many lovely gardens in this trailer park..the owners moved in...

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odaatpat

7 Jul, 2018
Odaatpat

June garden

We've only been away for a week and the plants have been jostling for space behind...

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homebird

7 Jul, 2018
Homebird

Kiwi.

With this dry weather my Kiwi has been on the search for some hydration, lifting...

15 comments

siris

6 Jul, 2018
Siris

Flower Festival

During the last few days I have been helping at my local church to decorate for Immingham...

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marjories

6 Jul, 2018
Marjories

Good to see it clouding up. The clouds kept me cool this morning

enabling some clearing work to be done. They shielded the plants from the burning...

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dianebulley

6 Jul, 2018
Dianebulley

Time spent in sunny Worthing

Last Monday we drove the six miles or so to Worthing and had a walk along the promenade. Please...

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shirley_tulip

6 Jul, 2018
Shirley_tulip

My new bird bath

Patrick took me to one of our local nurseries yesterday, and i finally found a solution...

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odaatpat

5 Jul, 2018
Odaatpat

best days ever

Its been so hot that my garden is flourishing,I pick at least two handfuls of raspberrys...

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ladybug47

5 Jul, 2018
Ladybug47

PG rated......Crispiness at its best!

I'm sure you are all suffering from this condition despite watering..so depressing....I...

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meadowland

4 Jul, 2018
Meadowland

Hampton Court Flower Show 2018 3.

I split these pics up because there were so many. There were ferns more Fuchsias Daylilies...

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thorneyside

4 Jul, 2018
Thorneyside

Hampton Court 2018 2.

Here are some photos of the small Hostas at Hampton Court Flower Show. Tiny but perfectly...

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thorneyside

4 Jul, 2018
Thorneyside

Hampton Court Flower Show 2018

Here are a few photos of inside the Flower and Plant Pavilion yesterday. Gladioli A...

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thorneyside

4 Jul, 2018
Thorneyside

Clematis 'Comtesse de Bouchaud'

I have 2 of these, this one is over 8 years old and was prone to brown leaves and...

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drc726

3 Jul, 2018
Drc726

July

Usually, in Scotland, July tends to be wet and cool. Scotland is always cool when...

21 comments

cottagekaren

2 Jul, 2018
Cottagekaren

My Senior Moment of the Day (The Tree Stump Saga)

Well.........here I sit with a face as red as a beetroot due to a Senior Moment....

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sunnydais

2 Jul, 2018
Sunnydais

Jogging in July

A bit parched in places, but the heavy dews we get keeps the grass (well mostly moss)...

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Owdboggy

2 Jul, 2018
Owdboggy

Future gardener

Making mud pies when I was a tot used to amuse me for hours & so seeing this...

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green_finger

1 Jul, 2018
Green_finger

Having A Bad Hot Spell.....

Here on the east coast of the USA we are having a bad spell of hot and humid weather...

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loosestrife2

1 Jul, 2018
Loosestrife2

Daylily 9

In spite of some hot and humid weather, and a lack of real rain, the daylilies are...

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wylieintheazores

1 Jul, 2018
Wylieinthea..

Soft fruit

Just terrible. We had a small bowl of straws each a couple of weeks ago,-more the...

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pb123

1 Jul, 2018
Pb123

Holidays

Going away later this week and quite worried about leaving my garden unwatered. ...

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pb123

1 Jul, 2018
Pb123

My garden this summer

What a summer for blooms

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drc726

1 Jul, 2018
Drc726