05 February 2023

It isn't spring, of course. But most people would call snowdrops, crocuses and cyclamen spring flowers. Clck the Read More for some spring flower photos. To the ever-lovely Doddington Hall for...

P1040336I think we picked the right summer to have a pandemic.

It has been non-stop sunshine for months.

Naturally, that has helped everything to grow and flower and generally look splendid.

With nowhere to visit and not a lot to spend money on, I have gone a bit bonkers with the mail order gardening catalogues. as you will see if you cllick the Read More and view some of what's been in flower in June and July.

The downside to buying so many plants is that I have just about run out of space to put any more pots. First world problems, eh?

 

The back garden
The front garden is just a mess.
Lilies
Rose Campion
Fuchsia
Lobelia
Agapanthus
Echinacea
Echinacea
Hibiscus
Knautia macedonica
A bee magnet
Penstemon
Freesias
We had to send in a photo of ourselves for the school website

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