Monthly Archives: July 2015

Back to the Jetty Garden.

Last year I showed you the lovely garden on a jetty which my son, Bertie and his lovely partner, Beatrice have created. Yesterday we paid a  visit to the boat for Bertie’s birthday and admired the garden which is looking … Continue reading

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Scent in the Garden. July.

I am a bit late in the month but I didn’t want to let July slip by without recording some of its delicious fragrances. There are still some lovely scents in the garden even thought the first flush of roses … Continue reading

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in a Vase on Monday. July Blues.

My first vase contains the diminutive, but electric blue, King Tut’s Blue Sweet Pea. If you believe the legends (and I don’t) it was found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. I can’t think why he would have wanted this little pea … Continue reading

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. July.

If you lived nearby, dear blogging friends and asked to come and see my garden today, I would look shifty and ask you whether you could come in a couple of weeks time. Or I might do a Ruth Draper … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday. Summer Snow.

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A Taste of Hampton Court Flower Show. 2015

Hampton Court Flower Show is a much more leisurely affair than Chelsea but just as exhausting, specially with the temperatures we experienced last week. But it is in such a beautiful setting. What could be more romantic than a 500 year … Continue reading

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Wildlife Wednesday. July.

This month is the first anniversary of Tina’s lovely Wildlife in the garden meme, over at MyGardenersays blog. I always enjoy reading it and those of others who join in. I am a bit diffident about joining in myself, because American … Continue reading

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