Tag Archives: November flowers

November’s little gems.

Isn’t it lovely when you come unexpectedly upon a little gem in the garden. At other times it might be the light that is just right to illuminate a plant showing it as you have never seen it before. Even … Continue reading

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Hanging on. GBBD November.

There aren’t many flowers still blooming in the garden, a couple of frosts have seen to that, but there a few stalwarts still hanging on in there.

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A mixed bag for the end of October.

To start with, ” Sowing a lawn” . I have seen on TV many a time, the theory behind sowing grass seed, I have watched Geoff Hamilton, Alan Titchmarsh and Monty Don demonstrate preparing the soil, doing the gardeners shuffle … Continue reading

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Decreasing numbers. GBBD November.

Halfway through November and it is very clear that we don’t have as many flowers this month, I think the flowers have decided that winter will soon be with us. We have had a very mild November so far, with … Continue reading

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The last few Flowers. GBBD.

It was a hard job to find some flowers to photograph for today’s Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, everywhere in the garden is so wet and everywhere looks a mess with plants collapsing all over the place. I went out with … Continue reading

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Seek and ye shall find. GBBD for November.

Flowers are few and far between at the moment, you have to really search to find the odd one nestling amongst all the foliage that really needs cutting back. Most of the colour in the garden is provided by the … Continue reading

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Hanging in there.

During the month of November I have been so focused on all the lovely colours of the leaves around us, that the poor flowers have taken a back seat. At this time of year there are still some plants hanging … Continue reading

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