Monthly Archives: November 2015

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. November.

November is the month when all the seasons meet in an unlikely juxtaposition in the garden.  We still have summer roses, (don’t worry I’m not going to trot Sally Holmes out again, but she is still going strong, as is Rosa … Continue reading

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In a vase on Monday. Pink Spiders etc..

This vase started off in my mind as an arrangement just of nerines, with their spidery petals inspiring the title. Of course I couldn’t stop there. The frothy flowers of Sympyotrichum pringlei ‘Monte Cassino’ were just what I needed to … Continue reading

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End of Month View. Autumn Glories.

We have had a glorious end to October with a weekend of lovely sunshine.  The garden is aglow with warm shades of russet, reds, oranges and yellow. It is difficult to believe that this fanfare represents the death throes of the vegetation.  Looking out … Continue reading

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