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Erythronium Snowgoose

23 April 2017 09:39:59

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Always a little later flowering in the garden here, this is a real beauty.

Slower to bulk up also compared to some of the others I have.

Super plants.

Acers

23 April 2017 09:36:41

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Not sure if it's just me, but for some reason I'm thinking that all the Acers are looking really fantastic this year.

Iris Japonica Varigata

14 April 2017 21:28:48

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Thanks to JoanG for this wonderful plant that I wasn't expecting to flower after been moved twice since appiving in the garden.

What a delicate looking flower.

Thanks Joan.

For a laugh

13 April 2017 18:54:32
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For a laugh

Have a great Bank Holiday weekend folks.

Welsh Poppy

13 April 2017 07:40:07

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Hosta gave me some seeds of this lovely little plant. It is now self seeding around the place. Isn't it great the way plants find the perfect places to grow, I love it's choice of home ;)

WARNING

12 April 2017 22:22:00

Trillium alba

12 April 2017 21:42:40

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Really delighted with how this plant is bulking up. This is my one and only Trillium, think I need to correct this for next year.

Luving this one.

12 April 2017 21:30:46

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No name on this one, but it's fully luved all the same ;)

Epimedium

11 April 2017 07:48:39
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Epimedium

Really developing a thing for these wonderful plants. The flowers may be small but well worth their space in any garden.

Classic

08 April 2017 18:51:05

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Is the only way to describe today. 

Some views of Birr Castle, Co. Offaly. 

TLC ehhh, not.

06 April 2017 07:11:32

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This Primula Auricula has been outside for about five years now, it's trives on zero TLC.

I love the soft mix of colours on it.

A few more......

05 April 2017 08:13:14

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Erythroniums are peaking in the gardens just now.

E. Snowgoose has the most fantastic foliage of any in the garden here. I've added photos of some of the others that were diveded last year and doing great.

Erythronium pagoda

04 April 2017 13:15:58

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Despite been divided last year, this main plant is still putting on a great display at the moment.

Gladiolus Tristis

04 April 2017 11:12:29

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One of my top ten flowers is just opening now.

Magnolia Stellata

04 April 2017 11:10:34

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Looking fantastic in the morning sunshine.

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