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Looking along the top border.


Looking along the top border.



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gorgeous Barbara

18 Jun, 2009

amy
Amy
 

Very pretty Barbara , I really like blues/ purples /pinks together ........

18 Jun, 2009

 

Agree with you both, it looks lovely

18 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks. :-)

18 Jun, 2009

 

I'm running out of nice things to say. Every pic you post is so lovely.

18 Jun, 2009

 

Just keep saying them, Toto - repeats accepted! :-)

18 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks Spritz. I'm boring enough but if your happy to get repeats, they will be coming along regularly.

18 Jun, 2009

 

You - boring? Never! ;-)

18 Jun, 2009

 

Lovely planting and colours has a real country garden feel!

19 Jun, 2009

 

LOL - I do hope so! Maybe I should strip it all out and have a paved and gravelled garden with decking and great big silver balls?? All minimalist??

Errr - No. I don't think so!!

19 Jun, 2009

 

It looks lovely...............

19 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks, Milky - so do you like my 'minimalist' idea? LOL.

19 Jun, 2009

 

Love it!

20 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks. :-)

20 Jun, 2009

 

Very neat and tidy Spritz, looks fab...and not a gap to be seen anywhere. :D

25 Jun, 2009

 

Nope - it makes it difficult when I see a new plant, though! However, weeds don't like the close-planting! :-)

28 Jun, 2009

 

mmm oh yes i do agree, i found some weeds poking out the other day, pulled them out, and now have a gap for some new plants :-)... i have some lovely green Zinia and some lupins that i have grown from seed... and then there is also the Salvia's that a very kind GOY friend sent me - very kind of the weeds to save a gap for them ;-)

5 Jul, 2009

 

You can see one of the Salvias in this photo, Angie! Purple spires right in the middle and to the left. They do get large - you have been warned! lol.

5 Jul, 2009

 

lovely, i want them too, i have a lovely spot at the back of my fairy garden, they will be competing with some Hollyhock..was going to plant them just in front of the Hollyhock....so do you think they will fit the bill?

5 Jul, 2009

 

Oh, yes, as long as when they grow up (lol) from toddlers, which they will by next year, they get the space they need - and you'll have to support them or they flop outwards. I dead-head carefully, as if you do that, they just keep on and on flowering!

5 Jul, 2009

 

sounds great, the Hollyhocks are also toddlers at the moment, so they should be fine, i have some of the big opuim poppy in the spot at the moment, so just waiting for them to finish and then i will be pulling out and putting in :-)

5 Jul, 2009

taz
Taz
 

love the garden, love the planting, my kind of garden.

25 May, 2011

 

Thank you, Taz - and for looking at my photos. :-)

25 May, 2011



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