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Last nights Harvest Moon

Here are a few pics of last nights full moon, the clouds cleared and it was very...

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hollyeves

20 Sep, 2013
Hollyeves

Spoilt for choice with Tomato 'Marmande'!

Spoilt for choice with Tomato 'Marmande'! I am rather spoilt for choice with Tomato...

9 comments

balcony

19 Sep, 2013
Balcony

A dreich wet morning at Glamis

I popped down to the walled garden this morning. I was only there to tend to my fuchsias...

9 comments

Scotkat

19 Sep, 2013
Scotkat

Defensive planting

I don't know what made me think of it, but I suddenly remembered that I'd heard a...

3 comments

franl155

19 Sep, 2013
Franl155

Removal Man

Yesterday I got my first quote from a removal firm. nothing seemed to be a problem...

15 comments

cottagekaren

18 Sep, 2013
Cottagekaren

Part 4 of the new garden.

I thought I would give you all a couple of days off before starting again ! Wouldn't...

17 comments

rose1949

17 Sep, 2013
Rose1949

Levens Hall and Gardens..Cumbria..

A lot of you know, we recently went to the Lake district for a few days,with Carole...

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bloomer

17 Sep, 2013
Bloomer

Entrance to Walled Garden Glamis got a revamp

As you can now see Gates are left open and new gravel been put down. Looking down...

8 comments

Scotkat

17 Sep, 2013
Scotkat

Lifting the lid on the septic tank...The New Generation!

Hi folks! I haven't done much in the garden this year... ...well, that's not quite...

28 comments

karenfrance

17 Sep, 2013
Karenfrance

Looking at Geranium wallichianum

By John Beaulieu (pronounced Bowl-you) As September rolls along and we come to the...

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bowl_you

17 Sep, 2013
Bowl_you

September Dunes

Near here there's a place where you'll find a little harbour, and along side it are...

41 comments

hywel

17 Sep, 2013
Hywel

mower type

Surely a cylinder mower is kinder to my lawn than a rotary one which swipes the poor...

2 comments

goodglenwilmar

17 Sep, 2013
Goodglenwil..

Mid September garden.

It's nice to see some colour lingering around the garden this autumn. Although the...

14 comments

homebird

16 Sep, 2013
Homebird

Third Time Lucky

Have you ever wanted to have a look at the gardens of Buckingham Palace? Not the...

11 comments

AndrewR

15 Sep, 2013
Andrewr

The Lizard, Cornwall, September 2013.

We spent just three days down on the Lizard last week. What a beautiful part of Cornwall...

23 comments

wildrose

15 Sep, 2013
Wildrose

Success - Tawny Owls Have Nested In Our Garden

Hello All. Thought I would share our excitement this year as Tawny Owls have successfully...

52 comments

dawnsaunt

15 Sep, 2013
Dawnsaunt

My Edraianthus Collection

Before I joined Goy I had never heard of a lot of the plants I now treasure dearly....

20 comments

scotsgran

15 Sep, 2013
Scotsgran

Part 3 of the new garden.

I think I will continue by showing you the wide empty space in the recess of the...

27 comments

rose1949

15 Sep, 2013
Rose1949

Good Morning, Are you watching this prog?

Is anyone watching or recording the tv. prog. ' Around the world in 80 gardens',...

17 comments

grandmage

15 Sep, 2013
Grandmage

Back to the garden project

As I am sitting here, drinking my tea. The Sun is shining brightly at 8:30 am. So...

9 comments

cazz001

15 Sep, 2013
Cazz001

Conway Honey Market

There has been a Honey Market in Conway for over 700 years, King Edward 1st gave...

24 comments

neellan

14 Sep, 2013
Neellan

My on going woodland area

Which has been getting added to for a few year now. And as I have not been able to...

21 comments

Scotkat

14 Sep, 2013
Scotkat

Bee rescue

Our conservatory seems to be an insect trap-every day I sweep up lots of dead ones,...

17 comments

steragram

13 Sep, 2013
Steragram

*Another deer story*.

The other day I was sitting on the deck and there she was. Baby Deer: Hello, do you...

30 comments

klahanie

13 Sep, 2013
Klahanie

Kaia helping out

Just a random blog with kaia following me about But first lest starts with a Mean...

7 comments

stevietheterrible

12 Sep, 2013
Steviethete..

Part two of the work done at the new garden.

Perhaps I should carry on with the arbour corner, and go on from there ! We placed...

31 comments

rose1949

12 Sep, 2013
Rose1949

Busy day in Glamis Walled Garden again

Lots done again today and we were so busy and it got ever so hot. Another day of...

17 comments

Scotkat

12 Sep, 2013
Scotkat

Been Away Too Long

Hello everyone, hope you are all well. It's been such a busy Summer but what a good...

39 comments

dawnsaunt

12 Sep, 2013
Dawnsaunt

Chrysanths Anyone?

This stand stopped me in my tracks! These Chrysanthemums had the WOW factor..real...

7 comments

helenium

12 Sep, 2013
Helenium

For Hywel

Saw these at the show and thought.. I know who might like to see these.Hywel! Maybe...

3 comments

helenium

12 Sep, 2013
Helenium

Hello everyone , I'm back!

Are you all well ! Hasn't it been a great summer ! So, as promised, although later...

41 comments

rose1949

12 Sep, 2013
Rose1949

For Shirleytulip

These are some of the Gladioli from the show-sorry I couldn't photograph them all...

7 comments

helenium

11 Sep, 2013
Helenium

wisbech auctions

Today went and spent at the auctions bought 10 holly trees, 2 purple weeping willows...

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tercol

11 Sep, 2013
Tercol

Meeting up with Karen and Kath at Glamis

After a false start last Thursday (when the brakes failed on our car)........my husband...

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linda235

10 Sep, 2013
Linda235

Some blooms in Glamis Walled Garden toady

We are soon at end of season but still a lot to be done. I was only picking Victoria...

27 comments

Scotkat

10 Sep, 2013
Scotkat

Pondering geranium leaves

By John Beaulieu (Bowl-you) It has been a very busy summer, and I’m only now finishing...

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bowl_you

10 Sep, 2013
Bowl_you

Buddleja Garden

I have just found this web site called the Buddleja Garden. Any body who has an interest...

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marjories

10 Sep, 2013
Marjories

September Garden Flowers ... 2013

I have a lot of things blooming in my garden at the moment, but somehow there's a...

34 comments

hywel

10 Sep, 2013
Hywel

One for the road.

Well, with Autumn upon our heels, I thought you should know I've dug my horsehair...

34 comments

mouldy

10 Sep, 2013
Mouldy

Green tour

When the workmen knocked off for the day, I took my camera and went out into the...

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franl155

9 Sep, 2013
Franl155

New gate at last

I finally got around to asking my Estate Officer if I could have a gate in my fence,...

16 comments

franl155

9 Sep, 2013
Franl155

Some Plants at Hidcote

Having shown some general views of this wonderful garden, here a few of the plants...

2 comments

AndrewR

9 Sep, 2013
Andrewr

A Cautionary Tale

You may have heard of my tales of woe about the fly attack on the grapes in the greenhouse...

8 comments

driad

9 Sep, 2013
Driad

Toad rescue!

I stood out the front chatting to my friend Tracey on Saturday afternoon and noticed...

23 comments

annella

9 Sep, 2013
Annella

My recent project.

This is a part of my front garden which needed to be improved. Its an area where...

14 comments

jaykaty

9 Sep, 2013
Jaykaty

Village Show

It was the Village Show here yesterday and in reckless moment last week I offered...

13 comments

neellan

8 Sep, 2013
Neellan

A Visit To Hidcote

As I hadn't been to Hidcote for a couple of years, I decided it was time to go again....

7 comments

AndrewR

8 Sep, 2013
Andrewr

Northamptonshire at its best ...

We travelled across the wonderful scenic countryside of Northamptonshire, to enter...

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terratoonie

8 Sep, 2013
Terratoonie

I was bored, so I wrote a blog :o)

Last night Beryl was watching come dancing, and she keept saying she was bored with...

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hywel

8 Sep, 2013
Hywel

Japanese Acers

I know that many of you like Japanese Acers-more often than not a decent sized plant...

8 comments

scottish

7 Sep, 2013
Scottish