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Before Moving Daisy

07 June 2011 09:14:05
Before Moving Daisy

Before Moving Daisy

Started in the garden at 7:30 joy to be out planted up more planters for Caroline's house and an earthenware sink getting some more plants out of waiting. Watered all in the tunnel had to tip water out of trays outside as plants were swimming after Sunday's rain. MartinB sent me a packet of Rustic dwarf Rudbeckia only germinated 7 seedlings and these were planted in front of Verbena rigida beside Heuchera Plum Pudding and a purple salvia think they should work there. Then it was into the south bed to tackle the self seeded daisies that have been providing a sea of white and yellow over the last few weeks. Started at the steps removing tulip stalks, weeds and generally tidying up then up into the bed to cut back spent lupins and start to remove Daisy who wants the whole bed to herself.

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Elizabeth7 Elizabeth7 07 June 2011 11:31:48

In my case it was Forget-me -not  a lovely sea of blue but smothering all the plants trying to grow.

TinaJ TinaJ 07 June 2011 20:52:16

I grew daisys from seed a few years ago ,i think they were called for anthony,they took over the whole garden but i loved them


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