End of Month View: Why Has June Come so Soon?

It seems next no time since we came back from my Mum’s at the beginning of May and planting out in the cutting beds began – now it’s the beginning of June and the cutting beds look well established  with some things already flowering. Unsurprisingly, the rest of the garden has enjoyed an equally rapid rate of growth and any weeds are well hidden in the stuffed-full borders – June is definitely busting out all over! Take a look at these pictures and see what I mean, checking out the map under The Garden tab above to see how different parts of the garden fit together.

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10 Responses to End of Month View: Why Has June Come so Soon?

  1. Wow, I wish I had your garden! Especially the ferns!

  2. The bronze heuchera bed has filled in nice. Your garden looks like it is ready for company.

  3. rickii says:

    …and the young Virginia creepers are a-huugin’ the bejeepers out of every morning glory on the fence!

  4. Cathy’s garden is beautiful and has so many different places that nevertheless merge together harmoniously. Everything is green and flowery. I love your rose garden. Greetings from Margarita.

  5. Heyjude says:

    Gosh your garden is flourishing! Love the roses 🙂

  6. Christina says:

    Wow! Cathy – it is ALL looking fantastic! Your visitors will be enchanted. Especially love the clematis colonnade and the views through the cool woodland. Sorry to be so late commenting but I haven’t had the pc on and couldn’t see the images on my phone.

    • Cathy says:

      Yes, not much time for catching up with comments here, either! Everything is coming on in a rush here and although most of the aquilegias are over more and more other things are coming out and there are lots more buds on the roses so yes, hopefully all will be OK. Need to work on mid flowering clematis on the colonnade as there is a bit of a lull at the moment!

  7. Mary Jenkins says:

    Just beautiful!

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