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Jacinta D's Journal

Jacinta D's Journal July 2015

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A touch of romance

31 July 2015 21:45:45
A touch of romance

A touch of romance

Sitting looking out at the sunset a few minutes ago and what a stunner it was tonight. But the lights are on at the Loggia, and Rosa 'Schoolgirl' is looking so romantic. I'd be out there now with a glass of wine only for those dastardly showers! Can't wait for this rose to put on a bit of vigour for next year.

Lesson to self

31 July 2015 20:22:26
Sanguisorba 'Rock 'n Roll'

Sanguisorba 'Rock 'n Roll'

It's only when this beautiful Sanguisorba gets really up and running that it begins to flop around the edges, making it look quite untidy. It's usually at that stage that I insert a bamboo cane into the middle of the plant and tie it up with string. Really NOT the ideal solution.

Lesson to self:  Buy some of those half moon plant supports, and insert them at an early stage for the most natural-looking effect.

It's a great plant, and definitely worth a bit of forward planning.

A change of heart

30 July 2015 19:54:52

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At the beginning of the summer I wasn't too enamoured by my Gypsophila. It was a bit puny, to say the least. But I have changed my mind. It's a womans prerogative after all.

It's looking so dainty but has an abundance of flowers. I think it will have to stay, but will be moved to a more suitable spot when flowering is over.

Warning

30 July 2015 08:32:51
Centaurea macrocephala

Centaurea macrocephala

Must have bought this in Dealz earlier in the summer. Inspecting it yesterday and the bud resembles a cluster of wire. The label in the ground says Centaurea macrocephala (or Giant Knapweed). No warnings on Google whether or not it's as invasive or as dangerous as Giant Hogweed. Maybe someone can help, please - before the flower opens.

Vanished!

29 July 2015 20:22:16

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Just posting these couple of photos to remind myself what colour the sun is.

Pinks

28 July 2015 20:32:01

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Not much happening in the garden at the moment on account of the dreadful weather. Lots of pink flowers appearing every day. But these are three of my favourites.

Pick-me-up!

27 July 2015 20:08:04
Pick-me-up!

Pick-me-up!

The rotten weather this last two days has taken its toll on me. So, as I needed a bit of a pick-me-up, I decided to take a short trip over to St. Anne's Park in Raheny to see the roses. But, as usual, lots of them had gone over. The rose borders were looking a bit messy. Not surprising since there is only one man working in the grounds, and only gets outside help one day a week.

However, the trip over did me the power of good.  Hope you enjoy the album.

Sempervivum

26 July 2015 21:35:21

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Have some Sempervivums planted into an old pair of fins (flippers to you and me!)  that Steve used in the job years ago. The flowers are pretty, and the plant itself requires little or no attention.

Musa

25 July 2015 22:32:33

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Dug up this Musa basjoo earlier, as it was in a position whereby it was being shaded by other bigger plants in the greenhouse border. It has been treated with a fortnightly feed and pleny of t.l.c. and is definitely benefitting.

Third year

25 July 2015 09:42:48

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This is my third summer with Rhodochiton. It's looking rather well now.

I wonder!

25 July 2015 07:27:07
I wonder!

I wonder!

Never noticed seeds on my Paris quadrifolia until yesterday. They're as big as fully grown blueberries. It would be nice to have this plant bulk up. Any tips, anyone?

Nearly there

25 July 2015 05:46:20

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It's getting serious now when Steve asks me to call him early on a Saturday morning. He intends working on the cave from early till as late as possible. Wahoo! It's getting really close now. Hopefully he can more or less finish it today as the weather tomorrow is not to be very good.

Last year I decided to block off the ugly sight of the unfinished cave from up further in the garden so it wouldn't depress me further. So I planted Joe Pyeweed just in front of it. It's doing a great job, but now it's fast becoming an area that shouldn't be hidden away. So thinking of creating another bed  - rectangular, and having a small seating area down beside this pond. My plants in the Acid Quadrant will be relocated to the bed where most of my bung-them-in plants are. But I have a few roses in this bed which also have to be relocated, or maybe even given away. Not quite sure yet. Does it ever stop!!!!!!

Have a great day!

Astilbe

24 July 2015 22:44:24

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I have just two Astilbes in the border beside the Lower Pond. I think that they are both lovely, combined with Alchemilla mollis 'Lady's Mantle'. Don't know which one the pale pink is, but the deeper one is A. 'Vision in Red'.

Advice please (Thanks Joann)

24 July 2015 07:33:54

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I was kindly given a plant by Joann at one of the get-togethers a few years ago. It's Berkheya something or other (possibly Berkeya glabrata). But not getting any real info on its growing conditions on Google, or what to expect of it later, or even whether it's a long or short-lived plant. It's still in a pot after all this time, but hoping to plant it into Steve's new border. I think Steve will like it with its unusual spiky leaves. 

All advice welcome. Thanks in advance.

And another one!

23 July 2015 21:09:03

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This one was in the greenhouse.

Aquatic life in the garden

23 July 2015 20:10:43
Aquatic life in the garden

Aquatic life in the garden

Yes, the ponds do take up valuable planting space in the garden. But without them I probably would never have had such great close-up sightings of dragonflies etc.

Vine

23 July 2015 08:55:36
Vine

Vine

I had a grapevine in the greenhouse for years and it produced a very small amount of grapes. Usually though, snails got to them before I did. The amount of fruit on this vine made me think it isn't a very heavy cropper. So two years ago I decided to get rid, and start afresh with a new one.

Fed up waiting for any decent amount of fruit, yesterday I decided I'd get rid of it altogether. So hacked it back to make removing it a lot easier. Lo and behold........a solitary tiny bunch of grapes. So, do I leave it to improve over the next few years, or bite the bullet and get rid?

More on the new border

22 July 2015 21:57:01

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It may not be very sunny out these days, but the temperatures are just right for jobs around the garden. Today I added a couple more plants into the new area - Osmunda regalis (totally hidden where it had originally been planted), and Cyrtomium falcatum (just what I wanted, and took it from the North-Facing border). This is an evergreen fern, also known as Japanese Holly Fern. I love the spores on the underside of the leaves.

My one and only Dahlia that I didn't lift last year has now opened. No name for it as I didn't think it would come back. It's pretty though.

Plant ID please!

22 July 2015 21:05:01

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I have this little shrub in a pot for the last few years and haven't a clue what it is. I know as soon as I read the name, I'll know it immediately. It's deciduous and not sure if it flowers. Probably, but certainly not this year. Anybody got any idea what it is please? 

Out with the old.....

22 July 2015 20:43:03

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I dug up this Salvia 'Hotlips' earlier this year to make room for more desirable plants in the North-Facing border. You can imagine my surprise today when I spotted a bit, that was obviously left in the ground, actually flowering.

Echinops

22 July 2015 07:17:39

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This is a plant that is going to be moved within the next few days as it's definitely in the wrong spot. I love its globular flowers, and of course is my favourite colour!!!

No can do Jurassic!

21 July 2015 22:06:48

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Steve has requested NICELY some type of Jurassic planting in the new area that used to be Primrose 5-Steps, which was demolished a couple of weeks ago. However, the area is not really condusive to what Steve really wants and it's certainly not large enough.

So today I made a start on what he is allowed have. I have 2 types of Ligularia, I think the leaves are so beautiful I may be able to convince him to change his request. I also transplanted a bamboo over to this section (Fargesia juzhaigou) which shouldn't grow too big. Also Phormium 'Alison Blackman', Rodgersia and Senecio petasites. But this is only the start. Probably lots of tweaking on the way, but Steve reckons the new pond should be up and running by the end of this weekend and I need to have some plants in this border.

Bulbils

21 July 2015 20:44:30

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Planted up these bulbils from a lily last year. I was very surprised today to see that they had opened. I would have thought it would take a couple of years before flowering. But I'm not complaining.

Dual planting

21 July 2015 20:09:59

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It's not unusual for me to overplant an area in the garden. But here at the post of the Loggia I think I might have the combo just right. First of all I get the lovely blooms of Clematis 'Bees Jubilee'. And when that's going over, in comes climbing rose 'Teasing Georgia, which is still in flower at the moment.  

Today the second climbing rose on this post has begun to open. Both of them should get to about 8ft. But 'Teasing Georgia' has a bit of catching up to do. 'Schoolgirl' is now at about 7ft. But when they settle in properly, they should look delightful together. Both are doubles, and both have a lovely scent.

Juvenile

21 July 2015 17:12:21
Juvenile

Juvenile

This little juvenile Robin is definitely making friends with me. He's following me everywhere around the garden. No sign of Mammy or Daddy Robin. I know a Robin has a life expectancy of only two years approximately. I hope that's not the reason for their absence.

Calla Lilies

21 July 2015 08:59:41

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When I bought these Calla lilies 5 or 6 years ago, I never thought they'd still be doing well at this stage. They're taken into the unheated greenhouse every winter and they get fed just once, as soon as I see foliage emerging in early summer. 

They're flowering now!

Year two

19 July 2015 21:56:07
Chillipepper 'Apache'

Chillipepper 'Apache'

I overwintered last years chillipepper plant in the greenhouse. It was purely by accident today when I discovered a couple of ripened chillis. And so the heat continues.....    

I haven't been doing any gardening all weekend on account of family matters. Another family day tomorrow, but when my sister heads home in the afternoon I'll need to get the finger out.  The garden has been totally neglected in the last few days.

Hosta

19 July 2015 20:35:05

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I usually remove my Hosta flowers so the energy is put into plant growth. But this year I enjoyed a swathe of lilac/purple over all the different foliage, which was lovely.

Cut a pile of the flowers this day last week and they are showing absolutely NO sign of wilting just yet.  Just saying!  :)

Happy Hostas

17 July 2015 08:23:09
Hosta Hill today

Hosta Hill today

Usually at this stage in the season I tend to relax on nibbles on my Hostas. I let the slugs and snails have a mini-feast (within reason, of course!).

Having kept on top of slug control since they emerged a few months ago, I am very happy that they are still relatively untouched. But I do have this whole bed surrounded by copper strands and I've been using it for a few years now. I sprinkled very few slug pellets in the beginning as I have frogs here. But I'm wondering is it REALLY the copper that's working, or is it the fact that I've actually seen fewer snails around the garden than ever before. And of course, the frogs could just be earning their keep. Either way, they're still looking good. 

Eupatorium

16 July 2015 22:01:20

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Love the stems and foliage on this small Eupatorium. Great plant for full shade, but will also take full sun. I feel a shift-around on the cards for this little beauty.

Starvin' Marvin

16 July 2015 19:35:54
Starvin' Marvin

Starvin' Marvin

Eating like Kings this evening. I pulled the first of the cabbages, and my second lot of peas. There's nothing quite like growing your own veggies.

Plant ID please!

15 July 2015 22:26:22
Plant ID please!

Plant ID please!

I bought this plant years ago and had it in a planter in the back garden. I think I may have bought it as a type of herb, but it did disappear over time.

Today, I was weeding out in the front garden and spotted the same plant coming up in the very weedy borders. But can't for the life of me remember what it is. Can anyone enlighten me please?

Fuchsia

14 July 2015 20:54:06

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Climbing Fuchsia 'Lady Boothby' is starting to open now. One of my favourites.

Rain

14 July 2015 06:45:02
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Rain

Yesterdays rain was very welcome in the garden. Afterwards, I took a few nice shots, capturing the plants ecstacy after a good drink.

Looking a bit more promising today. Enjoy!

Nicandra

13 July 2015 20:06:11

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I have Margaret (Hosta) to thank for this lovely little annual. Nicandra 'Splash of Cream'.

Verbascum

12 July 2015 08:59:36

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Lovely Verbascum Chiaxii coming into its own now.

Out the front

11 July 2015 23:01:06

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Poppies are looking good out the front today.

Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

11 July 2015 22:23:09

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Got some willow whips from my next-door neighbour on 19th June, and was delighted to be able to get another opportunity to try my hand at a second living sculpture. But when I put up that journal on 19th June, I was sadly informed that it was the wrong time to do it.

Voila! Life! 

11 out of 15 have taken!

Great day

11 July 2015 05:51:34
Thank you, Joan.

Thank you, Joan.

Yesterday was a well-packed day that involved visiting not only three, but four great gardens. After our first visit, Joan had bravely invited everyone back to her place for a lovely lunch. No mean feat as there were quite a few of us. I had been looking forward to yesterday ever since Joan had suggested the outing as it has been the only group visit I've had in over a year. And the day certainly didn't disappoint.

The weather was perfect, and the gardens were filled with beautiful layouts and an eye-opener compared to some of the BIG gardens I've visited in the past. I also was able to gain great inspiration for our new area.

Gretta came away at the end of the day feeling very much welcomed by each and every one. That means a lot to me as I think she'll be very much inclined to go on further outings now. So thank you all for that.

But hey, Joan, you did a Trojan job, so thank YOU especially for everything!

 

Robin in the glasshouse

10 July 2015 05:55:54

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What a super warm day yesterday. I sat back and plotted and planned new beds for next year. Looks like I might be getting rid of most of my Hemerocallis. Too much leafy growth per flower.

This little fella was following me everywhere all day.

That's a relief!

09 July 2015 08:09:13

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A couple of weeks ago I posted photos of foliage coming up on what I thought was Crocosmia 'Lucifer' in the greenhouse border. When Fran gave me this a few years ago I was careful to just plunge pots into the border so they wouldn't take over. So a few weeks ago I was getting a bit panicky as I had already given the Crocosmia away.

But now, looking at photos over on Facebook, I heave a sigh of relief. I think they are Watsonia. Surprised at how tall they are - nearly 5ft. And I think I have Mary and Paddy to thank for them.

Please confirm that they are indeed Watsonia!

Astilbe

09 July 2015 06:22:20

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With so much work going on in the new area, I almost overlooked how well the Astilbes are doing at the moment.

Planting for two

08 July 2015 21:49:50

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I was delighted when Dad offered me a bit of ground in his garden earlier this year. As he's not able for the garden anymore, I was more than happy to use this for veg that I wouldn't have had the space for in my own garden.

So with Cabbages, Potatoes, Garlic, Onions, and Peas, that all made such a difference for Dad, and he was chuffed that the soil was being used wisely. I planted up 5 wigwams of peas. But on the side that is seen from his kitchen window I also sowed Sweet Pea. He's admiring them every day. I cut flowers every second day, and bring them into his kitchen so he can benefit from the scent too. I have finally found his Feminine Side after all these years. LOL

Lysimachia

08 July 2015 07:29:43

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Lysimachia punctata is late flowering this year. But its cousin 'variegata' is even later. Both of these are taking up a strong yellow theme throughout this north facing border. The variegated form is looking lovely together with my Sulphur Clover. And my Perovskia (some cuttings too) is almost in flower. Liatris just needs a few more days of sunshine to perform. Looking forward to the blues, yellows and creams merging in the coming days.

I transplanted some of the variegated form over to the greenhouse border. And the growth is almost zilch. Not a chance of them flowering so they'll be whipped out today. I believe they prefer moist soil. So a bad choice for the greenhouse border. We live and learn!

This one is pretty

07 July 2015 22:00:36

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Got this new Dahlia a few weeks ago and today, of all days, it opened for me. Isn't it really pretty!

Working with the weather

07 July 2015 21:33:31

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Very grey skies this morning so I figured I wouldn't be getting much done. So went ahead and weeded, dead-headed and cut back a few things. Then at 12.30 it bucketted down, which lasted for two hours. I did think it was down for the day. So I was very surprised to get a second wind once the rain stopped. Made a start on removing plants from the old Primrose 5-Steps area, saving most of the Primroses. Also dug up two huge clumps of Brunnera ('Jack Frost' and the more common one), Nandina domestica, Cerastium, Dicentra. Have them stored in plastic bags for now as I didn't need to run out of compost just yet. Lots of tree roots, and weeds yet to be removed, and the soil has to be levelled, and homemade compost added.

Not as much space for planting as I had originally hoped for. So removed Caryopteris. It hasn't flowered for me this year. I think I may have cut it back a little too late. Now I have to think 'does it stay, or does it go'? I do love its lime green foliage, whatever about its gorgeous blue flowers.

I gave Steve his first plant over the cave then. It's a Trachycarpus or a Chaemerops humilis (always get those two mixed up). It's gives a kind of desert-like appearance that should look ok with Armerias, Sedums, Saxifragas etc. I have an Olearia 'Tweedle Dum' for behind it to hide the block wall. It can take a severe pruning, and is evergreen. But that's for another day. The Jurassic planting, or as near as, will be to the left of the Pond/Cave. That will take a lot more work tomorrow before it starts to take shape. It's coming down in torrents again, but enough done for one day.

What a pity I got rid of my bath years ago. My bones need it now.

Seed-Saver

07 July 2015 20:27:03

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This is a great little French Marigold I grew from seed. They were planted out and their first flowers appeared more than three weeks ago. So far I haven't had the need for dead-heading. And they haven't been touched by slugs or snails. I'll be saving seed for next year hopefully.

Teeny Weeny!

06 July 2015 21:18:42

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My Clematis 'Piilu' is doing very well this year. I reckon it was just taking a couple of years to settle in. But I spotted the tiniest flower on it today. Maybe my garden plants are evolving to accommodate the restricted spaces I'm giving them. :)

Return of the Wilderness!

06 July 2015 20:23:46
Return of the Wilderness!

Return of the Wilderness!

The Wilderness at the back of the garden was tamed a number of years ago. And now, as the Cave/Pond area is almost complete, Steve has requested some Jurassic planting. He would like it for over the cave but, as his horticultural consultant(LOL), I will give him the next best thing and give him as near to Jurassic as possible, in the area to the left of the Cave. I'll also work with what I have here already. The plants mentioned in a previous journal will go ahead as planned. But I'll be adding two different Ligularias, with their lovely foliage, Yucca variegata, Osmunda regalis, Trachycarpus, and transplant my Tetrapanax here too. 

But the Wilderness now returns temporarily. Primrose 5-Steps is now history. I'll try and find some spots for the nicer Primroses. And the area beside that I struggled with all day today, between heavy showers, to remove a Photinia that has been there about 10 yrs. Had to remove a lot of branches to facilitate transport in a car. I have a taker for it, so I'm glad it won't be going 'over the wall'. Next on the hit-list is a Nandina domestica. Hopefully tomorrows weather will be a bit drier. 

A few woodland plants to re-home, or probably end up giving them away. Being ruthless from now on. Have lots of shrubs in planters waiting for the 'right' spot. But in reality, that will never happen. So they'll be off-loaded onto iers if possible. Will make out a list when my mind has been fully made up. Not a whole lot done today, but a good plan is formulating already (I hope!).

Good things come in small parcels

06 July 2015 07:11:47

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It makes me smile to see my smallest Hosta (kindly given to me by Hosta/Margaret) the first one of my many to open.

2 new ones

05 July 2015 21:36:04

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Another newly-opened flower today is this Oriental hybrid lily 'Netty's Pride'. Probably one of the most eye-catching in my garden, and lots of blooms per stem.

And Rhodohypoxis hybrid has opened too. Lovely pale pink, almost white, with pink edges to it.

LET ME OUT !!!!

05 July 2015 21:04:00

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My white Agapanthus is itching to break free!

It's all go!

04 July 2015 21:55:10

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I just love the summer garden where every day produces newly-opened flowers. I go out in the morning with great anticipation and I'm never disappointed.

Today another Hemerocallis opened, Callistemon (which I hadn't even noticed a flower bud on recently), and my Mitre Bush (Mitraria coccinea) which looks like it's sugar-coated.

Getting there

04 July 2015 21:10:07

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A substantial amount of work, and more planning, was done on the Cave today. Have to tweak before the pump is running as Steve wants two different rivulets running into the pond. While he was plotting and planning, I was out in the front digging up three different coloured Armerias - pink, red, and white. All needed to be divided anyway so it killed two birds with one stone. Potted them all up just in case there are any unforeseen delays in planting, which is quite likely!!!

Wee Davey is delighted that his Dianthus cuttings that he took last July will be part of the planting scheme.

The plan is to have mainly low-growing plants ie. Armeria, Libertia, Erigeron, Sedums, small Dianthus, Saxifragas and Ophiopogon (which will also be taken from the front), etc. Getting excited now for a good reason.

 

Clematis

04 July 2015 07:56:45

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My herbaceous Clematis is early this year. I love its dainty white flowers.

Hemerocallis

03 July 2015 21:35:07

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My second Daylily has opened but can't see the label.

Second photo is H. 'Golden Zebra' which was my first one open weeks ago. But this is only its second flower. Hmmm!!!  I know that they don't like feeding, or you'll end up with lots of foliage. So I've been careful to starve them.

Kniphofia

03 July 2015 19:36:36

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Don't remember being given this Kniphofia, but obviously someone gave it to me. Yet another senior moment! But a big 'thank you' to whoever it was.

Nice muted colour and delighted to discover it today. 

Digitalis

03 July 2015 05:27:04

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This is a great little perennial foxglove with a soft creamy-yellow flower. Quite a bit shorter than the biennial Digitalis, and so reliably hardy.

Opening

02 July 2015 20:58:33

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Passiflora 'Constance Elliot' and a nice lily, for which I have no name, have opened today. And David got his 'real' first lesson in dead-heading. Quick learner!

Hypericum

02 July 2015 06:05:38

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I never really had a love affair with Hypericums until about 4yrs ago when I clapped eyes on this little gem. The flowers really do look like little stars. 

 

Welcome Home

01 July 2015 21:53:10

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One of my favourite climbing roses greeted me today on my arrival home. 

Different location

01 July 2015 21:35:20

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While I'm waiting (patiently!) for the final area of the garden to be completed, I decided I'd spend a couple of days in Gretta's. I'm a bit restricted in my planting in the garden until it's done. So I made use of my time by giving Gretta a helping hand weeding and planting as she's a bit behind this year. We were blessed with the weather but it wasn't really comfortable for exerting ourselves too much. It was more a case of stop/start/stop/start! 

Gretta has so much in her garden. One of my favourite plant combinations is her Thalictrum flavum teamed with Knautia macedonica. Can't believe how tall her Knautia is compared to mine. Mine is about 2ft. Hers is about 4ft!!!    She won't tell me her secret. LOL But she did give me a clump of the Thalictrum which I've been looking out for now for a while. I enjoyed my time there immensely.

Steve has now removed my Echium and it was deposited 'over the wall'. Let's hope it produces lots of seedlings around the place for next year. Steve has made major adjustments and progress in my absence. Things are looking up at long last. And hopefully it WILL be finished before the summer is out.

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