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  • May 2004
    the summer containers With mum doing the heavy work I was able to join in and plant some of them as well as planning all the planting combinations The duck garden was back to its full beauty this month with the newly seeded grass and the front garden was a riot of yellows blues and oranges including some lovely potted lilies To see the other plants which make an impact

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  • July 2004
    the bright variegations of the hosta leaves compliment the pale pink hardy fushcia flowers beautifully The main border was dominated by the very successful annual Cleomes pictured left and right here planted by mum To see the other plants which

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  • August 2004
    My blue pregnancy pots a treat to replace the pair spoilt when one brown glazed pot blew off the front steps last winter are looking lovely see below and smelling equally good with the inclusion of a heliotrope in each Crocosmias and various daisies fill the front garden with late summer colour as planned To see the other plants which make an impact in our garden at this time of

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  • August 2004
    fuschias and pelagoniums are still putting on a good performance In the borders Japanese anemones like the one pictured left are striking in amongst the greens To see the other plants which make an impact in our garden at this

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  • October 2004
    such as the deep pink of the sedum pictured left provide other welcome pockets of colour as the garden begins to quieten down The dying laburnum at the bottom of the main border was removed see photo below by Mum and David just in time to form a part of the Guy Fawkes Night bonfire celebrations in our allotment To see the other plants which make an impact in our

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  • November 2004
    particular favourites Bonfire Night was celebrated with family and friends and provided an excellent excuse to burn the debris left by the former tenants of the allotment we have taken over The plot just to the rear of our garden boundary already boasts a set of compost bins and several prepared vegetable beds planted with garlic onions and broad beans thanks to the hard work of David and Mum To

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  • December 2004
    late bursts of pink and mauve flowers whilst elsewhere the more typical yellow stars of the Winter Jasmine and the white blooms of viburnams take on an important role at this time when there is so little in the way

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  • The 2006 Album
    The 2006 Album Spring Click to view the next album Summer 2006 Back to Garden 2006 Back to Garden Index Home

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