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A Photo for DavidS


By driad


Does anyone remember that about a year ago we had a new patio laid . It was pink !
Well since then the rest of the garden path has also be “done”, and we are really pleased with it .
A friend who hadn’t seen it before said “Oh , it’s terracotta” Well it sounds better than pink anyway .
What I’m getting round to is , DavidS , earlier in the summer(?)brought me two plants , saying that they would match the patio . Well one is now in bloom , and it is so pretty !
There was a lovely , delicate perfume wafting about that I couldn’t place , so hunting around the area I found it , it was the plant !
So thanks again David .

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I like your terracotta paving. Our yellow ones have faded to lemon.

12 Sep, 2015


Love the patio, but please what is the plant with the lovely perfume? It looks super!

12 Sep, 2015


That's great. I know DavidS, I shall pass on your post.

13 Sep, 2015


Nice colour combination......the soft blue green and the strong deep orange.

13 Sep, 2015


Thank you , ladies .
Waddy I don't know its name , maybe David will tell when Michaella passes the message along .
It is a good colour combination , Linda , I hadn't looked at it like that .
The pale lemon is good I should think , Dawn . You probably have to keep the large birds off , if pos , like we do ...... because !

13 Sep, 2015


Hello Julia, We had a message from Michaella about this blog; I'm glad it is doing well for you. For those interested in this plant; it is Crassula Falcata, and is easy to grow and propagate, and can be found at nurseries who stock Cacti and succulents.
I posted a blog on C. Falcata this time last year.

13 Sep, 2015


Correction folks; It wasn't blog, just picture; it's still there. It flowering well this year on the patio; I shall take a pic tomorrow, if it stops raining!

I'm making green tomato; chutney (Delia recipe) it is almost finished and ready to be bottled. Last week I made-up a batch of damson chutney, and yesterday pickled French beans from my huge crop of Cobra climbing Fr. beans

13 Sep, 2015


Many thanks David, it's one to put on my 'must have' list. :))

13 Sep, 2015

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