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Path through the Forget-me-Nots

mrcushy

By Mrcushy


Path through the Forget-me-Nots (Myosotis)



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how lovely...

3 May, 2010

 

Hi Mr Cushy...
How are you ?
Thats a very pretty garden area :o)

3 May, 2010

 

Hi Terratoonie, I'm great thanks. How are you?
Thanks for your comments, I'm really pleased with this part of the garden this year, it's lovely in the evenings when the light is low and just catches the tulips :)

3 May, 2010

 

Doing well here thanks.
My latest blog shows where I'm altering a part of my back garden.
You are right to be pleased with this part of your garden...
the forget-me-nots are a lovely colour and that pottery urn is situated in just the right place to complete the picture :o)

3 May, 2010

 

Have just been reading your blog Terra, you're posts are always great, good to see Conker looking so well after his problems last year.
Did you ever manage to get those Corydalis seeds to take?

3 May, 2010

 

Tried very hard with those seeds, but no luck.. and then I wondered if it had been the compost at fault, because none of the seeds I sowed did very well that season, and yet I've grown much better seedlings of other plants in different compost this year. There was a programme on TV which mentioned compost, and that it might be the reason for no luck with seedlings.. :o(

Conker has improved a lot these past few weeks, grown back his coat after the finish of his chemo, and he now has a one in ten chance of staying cancer free ...
... so I pray every day he is a one-in-ten dog ! :o)

3 May, 2010

 

lovely pic, im jel...my garden totaly lacks colour at the moment :( boo hoo...im a total newbie so could you please tell me what flowers you have(the blues ones)
thank you ( hugs ) x

3 May, 2010

 

ok so i have just seen the name of your photo...im guessing they are forget me nots ...doh :) x

3 May, 2010

 

Hi Lpooldarlin Yep they are indeed :) don't worry I'm always doing things like that. Forget me Nots are a prolific self seeder so are great for giving you loads of colour before all the summer flowers get into their stride.

4 May, 2010

 

they are lovely and ill be sure to pick some up for my miss-match garden :) x

4 May, 2010

 

This looks such a pretty area.

9 May, 2010

 

Thanks Homebird. :)

10 May, 2010

 

Blooming Lovely. Love forget me nots but they don't 'forget us' they seed everywhere.

11 May, 2010

 

Thanks Lindak. They sure do, whenever I mulch with my compost the seedlings pop up everywhere!

13 May, 2010



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