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Gardening blogs from Jun 2019

Today in the garden.

Just a few photos before I go off to London to see my son John receive his MA in...

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linda235

30 Jun, 2019
Linda235

A few gardeen surprises.

I have recently had a few nice surprises in my garden, in that I have seen some plants...

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hywel

30 Jun, 2019
Hywel

....and then they were gone!

As many of you know my garden is a very shady one mainly due to the mature beech...

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seaburngirl

29 Jun, 2019
Seaburngirl

Bracknell prairie - April to June

Back in March, I wrote a blog on how I had replanted my front garden as a prairie....

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AndrewR

28 Jun, 2019
Andrewr

Stag Beetles

I know this may sound silly, but I am so excited that I've seen a male and female...

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lisam

27 Jun, 2019
Lisam

Temptations

Out goes my resolve, e mail from T & M, all seeds for quid a packet offer. Looks...

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grandad_gardener

27 Jun, 2019
Grandad_gar..

Acer

It has improved slightly from last time I blogged about it.

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gerardine

26 Jun, 2019
Gerardine

Lavender

This is the lavender I spoke about before.it never seems to get beyond this point.

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gerardine

26 Jun, 2019
Gerardine

I'm Back

I've missed you all. My old p.c. died and I couldn't upload pics or anything but...

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bornagain

24 Jun, 2019
Bornagain

Surfing the net

I came across a gardening blog called Threedogsinagarden and it’s so lovely.Thought...

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gerardine

24 Jun, 2019
Gerardine

Open Garden Day

Last Sunday I opened my garden to the village from 11-3 to raise money for Severn...

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amsterdam

23 Jun, 2019
Amsterdam

Night time in the garden

I just thought of taking a few photos of our garden at night time, to see how it...

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huffmaling

22 Jun, 2019
Huffmaling

Summer At Last?

Perhaps, or perhaps just a relatively warm day. Whatever, it's best to make the most...

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cottagekaren

22 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

June garden in the rain..

Although it's nice to see some of the garden from indoors it's so much nicer to get...

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homebird

20 Jun, 2019
Homebird

Taking the camera for a stroll in June

There's plenty to enjoy in the garden this month, so I just thought it was time to...

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sheilabub

20 Jun, 2019
Sheilabub

All this rain has to be good for something!!

Yesterday was dry and sunny which meant I could potter in the garden. I don't think...

19 comments

linda235

20 Jun, 2019
Linda235

My garden

Hi everyone After a long absence I'm back into gardening, mostly due to ill health...

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sanbaz

19 Jun, 2019
Sanbaz

Bit soggy but they have enjoyed getting a drink..

First we don't get any rain for weeks then we get the equivalent of a years worth...

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lincslass

19 Jun, 2019
Lincslass

For Sanbaz

Sandra isn't often on GoY any more, so I am hoping to lure her back with these photos...

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cottagekaren

19 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

Garden Views and Borders

No rain today, hooray so a chance to tidy up.

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dawnsaunt

19 Jun, 2019
Dawnsaunt

😱Well what a day that was!!

Having decided not to open the garden this year, we then decided that we would, ...

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Dottydaisy2

19 Jun, 2019
Dottydaisy2

Baby Blackbird and Dad with No Tail?

This male blackbird has happily been feeding his baby bird all week or more but we've...

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sunnydais

19 Jun, 2019
Sunnydais

Two blogs in two days - not like me at all!

The sun has decided to shine so I have seized this memorable moment in June 2019...

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wildrose

19 Jun, 2019
Wildrose

Two nights in Porthcurno, Cornwall.

In a previous blog I included photos of the Minack, an outdoor theatre in Porthcurno. We...

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wildrose

18 Jun, 2019
Wildrose

Sorry state of life

Hello all,its been a while but lots happening in my life,my mum died 9th march here...

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ladybug47

18 Jun, 2019
Ladybug47

Improvements ... beofre and after.

At the bottom of my garden I had two mini greenhouses that were just balancing on...

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hywel

18 Jun, 2019
Hywel

Kingston Lacey walk

We went for weekend walk around Kingston Lacey at the weekend and enjoyed using the...

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rachelanna12

17 Jun, 2019
Rachelanna12

One month ago ...

I bought some small plants from a family run nursery to fill two manger baskets and...

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shirley_tulip

17 Jun, 2019
Shirley_tulip

Light nights

A couple of recent garden pictures. The dark one was 25 past 10 on Saturday night-simply...

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sunnydais

17 Jun, 2019
Sunnydais

Rain stopped, time for a look at the garden

I know we down here longed for rain, it came in the end, buckets of it, proves the...

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grandad_gardener

16 Jun, 2019
Grandad_gar..

Try again

Hopefully a clearer photo

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gerardine

16 Jun, 2019
Gerardine

Solar fountain

I was thrilled to get this little fairy solar fountain from my husband .he saw me...

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gerardine

16 Jun, 2019
Gerardine

Thank Heaven For Ferric Phosphate :)

I unashamedly scatter my Sluggy poison all over the garden in spring, and the results...

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cottagekaren

15 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

Chopping the Cherry Laurel!

Fortunately the rain stopped and the morning looked bright and sunny. Quite warmish...

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kate123

15 Jun, 2019
Kate123

Golden Border June 2019

Just like to keep a record of progress in golden border. :)

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cottagekaren

14 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

That Mink Cleaned Me Out Again?

One winter night a mink(s) cleaned my ponds of every fish in them, over sixty fish....

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loosestrife2

13 Jun, 2019
Loosestrife2

A Holiday With Lots Of Variety!

We are just back from a holiday which included a weekend in London, a four night...

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cottagekaren

13 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

Beechgrove Garden

I had a reply message re keeping Beechgrove Garden on air on BBC which I copied here....

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thorneyside

13 Jun, 2019
Thorneyside

NGS London open gardens

I try to see a few different gardens every year and if it's possible several on the...

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ginellie

12 Jun, 2019
Ginellie

back garden continued

It has been a very busy year so far! I cant believe we are in June already. My other...

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rachelanna12

12 Jun, 2019
Rachelanna12

Water Butts - and birds

Like most of the country we have had a lot of rain! We have several water butts...

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honeysucklegold

11 Jun, 2019
Honeysuckle..

Just a quick recommendation.

I'm sure you all have but if anyone hasn't already tried Siculum Honey Lily (Nectaroscordum)...

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sunnydais

11 Jun, 2019
Sunnydais

What a Difference a Year Makes

On a VERY wet day in Cheshire, I thought I would tidy up some photographs on my PC....

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alanb

11 Jun, 2019
Alanb

Wind break

We have a narrow passage between out house and a side garden leading into the back...

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amy2

11 Jun, 2019
Amy2

The garden early June

I am really pleased how the majority of the garden is doing. Back in March/ April...

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seaburngirl

11 Jun, 2019
Seaburngirl

Herbaceous border in may

Some border plants Clematis chisianensis

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pcw

10 Jun, 2019
Pcw

May

A few from May Androsace studiosorum Lewisia Linum capitatum Ptilotrochum spinosum Aquilegia...

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pcw

10 Jun, 2019
Pcw

Rachel’s Garden in Shaftesbury, Dorset

We have been spending some time in the warmer south western counties. Today we spent...

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cottagekaren

9 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

Beechgrove Garden Cancellation...petition the BBC

Keep Beechgrove Garden On Air | 38 Degrees The BBC have really annoyed me this year....

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cottagekaren

8 Jun, 2019
Cottagekaren

Revamp of pool area.

Yet another change,one which had been niggling for awhile...….The first photo shows...

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meadowland

8 Jun, 2019
Meadowland