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LindaB's Journal

LindaB's Journal April 2011

Last Post 2408 days 10 hours ago

Closer Shot

15 April 2011 11:59:39
Closer Shot

Closer Shot

It is easy to collect seed from this plant also!

Pulsatilla Vulgaris

15 April 2011 11:57:43
Pulsatilla Vulgaris

Pulsatilla Vulgaris

3rd time to write this journal, 3rd time lucky, will copy it this time though before I send it!!!!!!!!!

I had not heard of Pulsatillas until I bought my first one 3 years ago.  I googled it at the time and it said it will either thrive in the spot you plant it or die!   It likes a well drained soil and I can happily say mine must be happy!  I also have the Rubra colour and will now have to have a white one!

I know there have been lots but .....

11 April 2011 13:45:24
Dicentra

Dicentra

..... I just wanted to show mine off as well.

Maybe I got mixed up!

11 April 2011 12:33:04
Am I Sir Winston Churchill?

Am I Sir Winston Churchill?

I put up a photo of what I thought was a Sir Winston Churchill daffodil but when I got up close and personal with my daffodils I actually think this is it instead.  Apologies - I don't know what the other one is so!

Finally

08 April 2011 18:47:20
Sir Winston Churchill

Sir Winston Churchill

Sir Winston Churchill

I have another problem!

08 April 2011 18:41:37
Dark Rosaleen

Dark Rosaleen

and he took this of my Primula Dark Rosaleen!

I have a problem!

08 April 2011 18:39:35
Tulip

Tulip

When I got home from work today, hubbie asked me to download the photos on the camera and this is the result, he has been taking photos of my flowers.

Any solution to this problem?  Should I take his temperature??

Mount Congreve

07 April 2011 18:56:32
Mount Congreve

Mount Congreve

Today Rachel and I went to Mount Congreve on the banks of the River Suir in Co. Waterford.  We met Paddy & Mary (Gracedieu Lass) & Anne (Lady Gardener) there.  We spent a fantastic 3 hours there, Paddy & Mary were able to guide the way as it one of their favourite haunts and only down the road (railway line) from their house!  Very lucky them!  Many of the Rhododendrons, Camelias, Magnolias were looking their best and many still had to bloom. 

I would highly recommend a visit if you are anywhere down in the South East but do leave lots of time and bring a picnic! The entrance was also free which amazed me.

Thank you guys for the company, I will be back!

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