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Joining Jon the Propagator for Six on Saturday
Having been left unexpectedly vehicle-less this morning and my usual Friday morning activities curtailed, I shall take the opportunity to catch up and report on our garden openings and our visits the following week. After all the preparations, the hustle … Continue reading
I am starting with the above photograph for the benefit of our Six on Saturday host, Jon the Propagator, who has been disappointed that the lower branches of his wisteria have not been flowering. Our wisteria is trained over the … Continue reading
Kate of Barn House Garden talked recently about receiving the promotional material required for opening her garden under the rebranded National Garden Scheme; on Sunday, The Golfer and I attended the Staffordshire, Birmingham and West Midlands ‘county’ lunch (although technically … Continue reading
Since last Monday I had spotted some new treasures, having been taken by surprise by the flash of yellow of a few sprigs of winter jasmine, Jasminum nudiflorum, and a blush white single bloom of Viburnum tinus, both begging to … Continue reading
Creative glimmer Magical transformation Stump becomes toadstool Creative glimmer, magical transformation Magical transformation, stump becomes toadstool Joining in with Ronovan’s haiku challenge (challenge words magic and glimmer) and Sandra at Wild Daffodil‘s 52 week photo challenge (challenge word frivolous); thanks … Continue reading