Wordless Wednesday: Bye Bye April

View from the back of the house

The adjacent streamside and shrub border

The same view from the other end

The woodland, thick with bluebells and wild garlic

View from the bothy

Main borders from ground level

Bronze heuchera and Acer griseum with clematis colonnade beyond

Woodland edge border

Woodland edge border from the opposite end

Bold border number one…

Bold border number two…

And bold border mumber three

Inside the fruit cage, full of plants potted up for sale as well as some fruit!

Inside the working greenhouse

Some of the cutting beds

Blue & white border

More of the blue & white border

Part of the rose garden, new trellis painted and ready to be attached to the fence on the LHS of the ‘bus shelter’

The snowdrop border

Inside the Coop, much emptier than it has been

And finally… the shady border behind the Coop

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29 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Bye Bye April

  1. bcparkison says:

    Looking good. When is ‘show time’?

  2. It all looks so healthy!

  3. Heyjude says:

    Amazing how quickly everything fills up.

  4. Hello May! Your garden looks lush and happy.

  5. Catherine Pritchard says:

    The garden is looking fresh and so pretty. Very orderly too

  6. Pauline says:

    Everything looks ready for your visitors, how organised you are!

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks Pauline – that’s why I find it important to be organised (ish!) and keep on top of tasks like potting on and planting out. The weeks are rushibg on though…!

  7. Jacqueline says:

    And welcome may !
    Your garden explodes with colors .
    I really like all the atmospheres.
    Good time in your garden.

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks Jacqueline – even though it is still mostly green it is becoming so lush and promising so much

  8. Cathy all the garden, all corners are exuberant, as everything has grown, it is wonderful, I love your garden. Greetings from Margarita.

  9. Chloris says:

    You are certainly all organised and ready for summer. I love the heuchera skirt round Acer griseum.

    • Cathy says:

      Hmm, partially organised perhaps – or organised but not all done maybe! 😉 At its best, the heuchera bed looks good although could probably do with an addition or two to fill in gaps…I suppose there will always be something to be dissatisfied with!

      • Chloris says:

        Gardening is never all done, it’s a Forth bridge sort of thing.

        • Cathy says:

          Hmm, I believe they have a new paint for the Forth Bridge now which means it is no longer a never-ending task, in which case we have lost that metaphor…

  10. All is looking most shipshape and ready to take off Cathy. My snowdrop border is looking slightly sad now – some varieties die better than others.

  11. tonytomeo says:

    How can it be wordless with all these comments?!

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