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Recent and current quilt projects

In the winter my youngest girl Victoria, asked for a single bed snuggle quilt that...

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30 Sep, 2019
Seaburngirl

4 plants and a beautiful, though short stay, visitor.

In the garden I have deliberately allowed a native ivy to colonise the top of my...

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28 Jul, 2019
Seaburngirl

Garden is buzzing

We had a wonderful thunderstorm on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning [3.10- 4.20am]...

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25 Jul, 2019
Seaburngirl

Ladybirds

We get many different species in the UK but the harlequin is an Asian invader and...

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25 Jul, 2019
Seaburngirl

Dilema!

I get quite a lot of invertebrates in the garden, some not wanted eg aphids, gastropods...

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7 Jul, 2019
Seaburngirl

Not exactly a favourite genus but.....

For many years I have not really had roses in the garden. The exception was a climbing...

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3 Jul, 2019
Seaburngirl

....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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29 Jun, 2019
Seaburngirl

The garden early June

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

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11 Jun, 2019
Seaburngirl

Iris in flower today.

I love the genus Iris and have many species in the garden. The earliest to flower...

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26 May, 2019
Seaburngirl

The last 2 weeks in my garden

What with the warmth, rain and the cold the garden plants don't know if they are...

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6 May, 2019
Seaburngirl

I'm with Hywel on this!

We got an invite to go over for tea at our daughter's today at about 2.30. What has...

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2 May, 2019
Seaburngirl

Successful plant sale

Our village held a garden mart again this year and as usual I had a stall. The view...

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13 Apr, 2019
Seaburngirl


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