Tag Archives: Rudbeckia fulgida

Monochrome

Following a recent post on Sue’s blog, From Sewing Room to Potting Shed, I was determined to try and resurrect the routine I once had of picking a little bunch of something from the garden every Monday – it was … Continue reading

Posted in Being Creative, Gardening, Gardens, In a Vase on Monday | Tagged , , | 24 Comments

GBBD: They Think It’s all Over….

…. but it certainly isn’t yet, as the above blooms show. From the top and left to right: one of the increasing number of clumps of Cyclamen hederifolium sunflower in the hot border a second flush of Astrantia ‘Buckland’ Lonicera … Continue reading

Posted in Garden Bloggers Blooms Day, Gardens | Tagged , , , , , , , | 19 Comments

Garden Bloggers Blooms Day: Still Going Strong

What’s still going strong? The two big aluminium ice cream containers with the bargain Aldi plants certainly are, having flowered continuously for nearly 4 months and with only an occasional dead heading of the petunias – these have far and … Continue reading

Posted in Garden Bloggers Blooms Day, Gardening, Gardens, herbaceous perennials | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 17 Comments

Fruits of My Labour

Expecting more rain, I went out straight after breakfast to pick raspberries and loganberries and decided to cut back the fruiting canes later that morning. There are many loganberries still on the canes, but mostly past their best and unpicked … Continue reading

Posted in fruit, Gardens | Tagged , , , , , , | 8 Comments