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Gardening blogs from Nov 2020

First frosts and water droplets.

First hints of winter this morning. Spider webs on yews. On planters. On holly. Iced...

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anget

27 Nov, 2020
Anget

Garden ornaments for Anget

Klahanie. Driving down our woodsy road one can see a white rabbit sitting in a tree...

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klahanie_

26 Nov, 2020
Klahanie_

Garden ornaments from Julien Ok

Ok so here’s a few ornaments from clients gardens hope you enjoy.

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julien

26 Nov, 2020
Julien

For Anget . . . garden ornaments

After reading Angets blog re. garden paraphernalia I took some photos of a few of...

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shirley_tulip

26 Nov, 2020
Shirley_tulip

My group of garden, ornamental creatures for Ange.

Popped out this morning before I left for work to take a few pics-a couple of birds,...

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kate123

25 Nov, 2020
Kate123

lock down 2

I had hoped to do a bit of winter tidying up but 2 weeks ago hubby and I seemed to...

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seaburngirl

24 Nov, 2020
Seaburngirl

I'll show you mine...

Too often we are slightly ashamed of our garden ornaments: witness the opprobrium...

20 comments

anget

23 Nov, 2020
Anget

My Dads garden

My Dads has no garden, but what he lacks in garden he makes up with pots, he has...

20 comments

julien

22 Nov, 2020
Julien

Kinsol Trestle

This is a good place to get a little exercise in our area. We have to drive through...

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klahanie_

17 Nov, 2020
Klahanie_

Little glimpses of cheerfulness through the gloom.

Our garden lacks the colour and brightness of many of your gardens at this time of...

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wildrose

17 Nov, 2020
Wildrose

Rose in pot, and a neglected front garden.

I recently bought a nice pot in which I thought of planting an Iceberg rose, and...

20 comments

hywel

17 Nov, 2020
Hywel

Looking back to Lockdown#1 from Lockdown#2

I have a passion for, nay, obsession with succulents-there, I have admitted it, a...

6 comments

Shirleypoppy

16 Nov, 2020
Shirleypoppy

Corner pergola

Re my question on 30 August about what type of rose I could grow across the front...

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amsterdam

15 Nov, 2020
Amsterdam

Pink Oyster Mushrooms

You will remember my son sent me a gift of a box of Grow your own Pink Oyster Mushrooms...

16 comments

amy2

15 Nov, 2020
Amy2

Lupin root systems

These are the root systems of lupins which were sewn the first week in May in a...

6 comments

julien

14 Nov, 2020
Julien

Attractive autumn colour

Once again, I’m out and about in Lincolnshire on my visits. I had to stop off a couple...

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kate123

14 Nov, 2020
Kate123

A taste of summer

Here in Derby we have the National Hydrangea paniculata collection, plus many others,...

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julien

12 Nov, 2020
Julien

Beside the seaside

We are very lucky to live between the South Downs and the coast and regularly visit...

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shirley_tulip

12 Nov, 2020
Shirley_tulip

More November ...

Even though today was dull and murky I decided to go down the garden for a walk and...

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hywel

11 Nov, 2020
Hywel

Exbury Nerines

I really like the Exbury Collection of hybrid Nerines. They use N. sarniensis in...

11 comments

wylieintheazores

11 Nov, 2020
Wylieinthea..

Wood: the Good, the Bad, and the “Neutral”

When I think of trees, an image of a vast diverse forest comes to mind where all...

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poester

10 Nov, 2020
Poester

An autumnal day out

About two weeks ago, sick and tired of the perpetual rain, I started looking at the...

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daveymad

9 Nov, 2020
Daveymad

Something's been digging . . .

Early this morning I let Megan cat out in to the garden, watched her sniffing all...

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shirley_tulip

9 Nov, 2020
Shirley_tulip

beauty of Autumn

I cannot resist to share with you my love for autumn season. I know this season...

25 comments

klahanie_

8 Nov, 2020
Klahanie_

Edging

Our neighbours have had their back garden revamped. They had all the original paviors...

12 comments

Owdboggy

8 Nov, 2020
Owdboggy

Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums used to be thought of as flowers for the show bench-huge blooms on...

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AndrewR

8 Nov, 2020
Andrewr

Over the moon with my 3 olives!

Tidying up the rockery and the bottom of the bund, yesterday, I had a lovely surprise!...

22 comments

kate123

8 Nov, 2020
Kate123

Garden in November 2020

Autumn colour is fading in my garden now and it looks miserable, but I keep telling...

14 comments

hywel

8 Nov, 2020
Hywel

A walk off the Ridgeway.

It was a beautiful morning today and so we decided to stretch our legs and have a...

12 comments

anget

7 Nov, 2020
Anget

7th November in the sunshine

I thought it was almost too late to take photos in the garden, but am inspired by...

12 comments

sheilabub

7 Nov, 2020
Sheilabub

Winding down for Winter

Yesterday was 5th November, the first day of the second Lockdown for England, so...

22 comments

shirley_tulip

6 Nov, 2020
Shirley_tulip

A lovely autumnal walk with a bonus surprise at the end!

The photos were taken in Simmonds Park in Okehampton yesterday and everywhere did...

16 comments

wildrose

5 Nov, 2020
Wildrose

First proper frost today

Well it seems like the beginning of winter today in some respects. We woke up to...

15 comments

seaburngirl

4 Nov, 2020
Seaburngirl

Late Fruit

I was able to get into the garden to do some tidying up today. The Cotinus is dropping...

14 comments

siris

2 Nov, 2020
Siris

My world on November 1st 2020

It is still beautiful and pleasant outside and I wonder how long it will last. In...

22 comments

klahanie_

2 Nov, 2020
Klahanie_

How about good things that happened this season?

My nicest surprise was a single Iris reticulata at the front of a border. I had completely...

9 comments

yorkslass

1 Nov, 2020
Yorkslass

Family - relatives that surprise.

From a young age I have expanded my botanical interest from the local wild flowers...

19 comments

seaburngirl

1 Nov, 2020
Seaburngirl