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Gardening blogs from Jun 2020

For Hywel, Clematis Sieboldii

i think it was Eileen (Seaburngirl) who said that this colouring is normal ... some...

18 comments

sheilabub

30 Jun, 2020
Sheilabub

garden rescue

Ive just watched garden rescue again,I love garden programmes and you get such good...

7 comments

ladybug47

30 Jun, 2020
Ladybug47

Supermarket hydrangeas

Over the last couple of years we have amassed a bit of a collection of hydrangeas...

17 comments

anget

30 Jun, 2020
Anget

Wet daylilies

It is one of those strange days where it is past noon, but the fog hasn't burned...

14 comments

wylieintheazores

29 Jun, 2020
Wylieinthea..

A lovely day to take some photos . . .

. . . in my garden on 28th June. Some of these pics are not very good (as usual!)...

29 comments

sheilabub

28 Jun, 2020
Sheilabub

Wildlife while planting beans

I was planting the last of my climbing French beans this morning, taking the opportunity...

6 comments

grandad_gardener

28 Jun, 2020
Grandad_gar..

Virtual NGS Gardens

You may already know, but if not I thought you may be interested to know that you...

7 comments

daylily

28 Jun, 2020
Daylily

Some random photos

Some random photos

7 comments

gerardine

28 Jun, 2020
Gerardine

Amazing what you don't know!

I know that with the pandemic we have all had more time to take life slowly and protect...

12 comments

honeysucklegold

27 Jun, 2020
Honeysuckle..

Blooming hot ...

Not a lot of gardening getting done this week, its too hot and the plants want me...

12 comments

lincslass

26 Jun, 2020
Lincslass

My Garden.

As the heat has kept me in, I decided to sort through old photos. I hoped it would...

14 comments

anget

26 Jun, 2020
Anget

My Garden In The Day When You Can See The Full Moon......

My previous blog showed you my garden at night. Now I will take you around it by...

5 comments

loosestrife2

26 Jun, 2020
Loosestrife2

Harvesting Produce

Not me, the Birds and insects. I've never seen so much Blackfly on my Runnerbeans....

5 comments

lotti

25 Jun, 2020
Lotti

Too Much Beauty

After doing some tidying, removing annoying honeysuckles from little red tiled patio,...

34 comments

bornagain

25 Jun, 2020
Bornagain

Plant sale

As we can’t open our gardens this year, I have organised a Plant sale in aid of...

7 comments

amsterdam

25 Jun, 2020
Amsterdam

*Spring 2020*

summer has arrived...both on the calendar and weatherwise. so it's safe to talk...

13 comments

Lori

24 Jun, 2020
Lori

Viticellas opening now.

The viticellas are beginning to flower in my plot. I much prefer them to the flamboyant...

25 comments

anget

24 Jun, 2020
Anget

Finished path.

I can't seem to keep up with Grows on You these days … but I'm still here :D I'll...

38 comments

hywel

24 Jun, 2020
Hywel

to bee or not to bee

hello again all,so now the house is sold and im even more stressed and do not ever...

11 comments

ladybug47

21 Jun, 2020
Ladybug47

HEUCHERA RUST EXPERIMENT

In May I noticed one of my beautiful new heucheras (bought early last year) had succumbed...

3 comments

bornagain

21 Jun, 2020
Bornagain

To get rid of Acanthus from your Flower bed

Acanthus is a very invasive plant that is difficult to get rid of. The main problem...

2 comments

wallacelaw

21 Jun, 2020
Wallacelaw

Great Yorkshire Country Count

From midday yesterday to midday today has been an event where Yorkshire people have...

15 comments

seaburngirl

21 Jun, 2020
Seaburngirl

Question: Obsession or restraint?

Question: can you have an attractive-looking garden if you are obsessive about plants?...

51 comments

anget

21 Jun, 2020
Anget

Another look!

Some more garden photos taken today. We have had a week of rather wet weather but...

17 comments

wildrose

21 Jun, 2020
Wildrose

Clematis Wilt

Mid June 2020 I am sure my Gravetyre Beauty Clematis has wilt. It's stems have turned...

8 comments

siris

20 Jun, 2020
Siris

Just a few flowers that are blooming on the rockery.

I think the rockery has been quite a surprise this spring and summer, maybe due to...

13 comments

kate123

20 Jun, 2020
Kate123

The veg plot

My usual update on Barbara and my veg plot. The peas, carrots and beetroot are finally...

7 comments

linda235

20 Jun, 2020
Linda235

Hemerocallis For Thorney

What a difference a year makes. As Wylie, (he is the expert on here for Hemerocallis)...

3 comments

siris

19 Jun, 2020
Siris

The Scree (Pebble) Area.

After I reduced the grass area to a small circle, with the hole for the rotary washing...

8 comments

siris

19 Jun, 2020
Siris

While Taking A Night Walk In The Garden...

I noticed that one of my Monarda’s had “Crowned” itself by sending another smaller...

7 comments

loosestrife2

19 Jun, 2020
Loosestrife2

June garden

A warm June day in the garden. Cutting the hedge was hard work. I have grown some...

7 comments

linda235

18 Jun, 2020
Linda235

Time off to prune and tidy..

Off work this week, mostly to have a break, but, to tidy up some larger shrubs and...

13 comments

kate123

18 Jun, 2020
Kate123

Rambling rose

Came across this today, in woods next to road, no one's garden. Full of bees This...

4 comments

grandad_gardener

17 Jun, 2020
Grandad_gar..

Pyracantha in flower

Another wonderful shrub flowering in the garden.

15 comments

linda235

15 Jun, 2020
Linda235

Anyone would think I was mad about PINK.

Although I haven't purposefully chosen mainly pink flowering plants, to look at my...

16 comments

homebird

15 Jun, 2020
Homebird

The pond

When the doubt arose which term would be the most appropriate to describe our pond,...

21 comments

Aleyna

14 Jun, 2020
Aleyna

A short stroll round the garden . . .

. . . on the 14th June. I think the sun went in just as I was taking the photos-perhaps...

17 comments

sheilabub

14 Jun, 2020
Sheilabub

Lockdown

6So, for most people, lockdown will soon be a thing of the past. Not so those of...

9 comments

arbuthnot

14 Jun, 2020
Arbuthnot

In the Pink

What a beautiful sunny day it's been here after all the rain and wind and heavy grey...

11 comments

Janey

13 Jun, 2020
Janey

Rosemoor Gardens are open again.

It was lovely to be able to return to Rosemoor. We had to book our slot to get in...

24 comments

wildrose

12 Jun, 2020
Wildrose

Cranesbill geraniums

Twenty years ago, cranesbills were all the rage, and I had a large collection in...

18 comments

anget

12 Jun, 2020
Anget

Sick Rhododendron (Suspect Pythopthora Root Rot).

We have had a beautiful red Rhododendron in our garden for 20 years. It has been...

7 comments

alanb

11 Jun, 2020
Alanb

A few of my favourite things

The merry month of May was nigh. There was no clue that the coming weeks would...

29 comments

terratoonie

11 Jun, 2020
Terratoonie

Rhodies and more roses !

Now you have seen most of my garden , I thought I would show you another part of...

12 comments

rose1949

11 Jun, 2020
Rose1949

Rest in peace little bluetit

Three baby bluetits were successfully reared but one didn't make it. I discovered...

6 comments

the_white_horse

10 Jun, 2020
The_white_h..

RHS Rosemoor June 2020

I received the email last week that rosemoor was about to reopen for rhs members...

13 comments

daveymad

10 Jun, 2020
Daveymad

Designer Sunset Rose

I tried everywhere to find this rose a few years ago. I was bewitched by its beauty,...

26 comments

bornagain

10 Jun, 2020
Bornagain

Lavender Hidcote border.

The narrow border infront of the pool area needed to be sorted out.I'm forever looking...

22 comments

meadowland

10 Jun, 2020
Meadowland

I've always wanted one!

At our previous house I had a hanging basket outside the front door. I really...

14 comments

spritzhenry

9 Jun, 2020
Spritzhenry

My garden on a lovely day

I have just received my new Apple I Pad and it’s a bit of trial and error. But here...

5 comments

marjories

9 Jun, 2020
Marjories