Monthly Archives: July 2023

Six on Saturday. 29.07.2023

Another week of sun and rain, the plants are certainly happy and the gardener is when she can get out and do some work! Inside the house is looking much cleaner and tidier now too, just in time for more … Continue reading

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Hardly any Holes in the Hostas.

While wandering round the garden looking for flowers for Six on Saturday posts, I noticed how well the hostas were doing, so thought they could have a different post all to themselves. Despite the drought last summer when they retreated … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday. 21.7.2023

Another week of tidying, weeding, watering and cutting back, the plants are growing so quickly having had rain and sunshine recently. We have only had a little bit of rain this week. but are expecting quite a lot today, whereas … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday 15.7.2023

Well, we can’t complain any more that we need more rain, we had a deluge all day yesterday with more promised today. We have had rain and sunshine in equal quantities all week, but now the rain has eventually won. … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday. 8.7.2023

We have been told by our local weather forecaster that our day of rain last week only brought us 1.5 cms, nowhere near enough unfortunately, maybe this weekends rain will add to that. Yesterday was so hot, back to scorching … Continue reading

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June frothing with Abundance.

June is the most wonderful month, with flowers definitely in abundance and self seeders frothing everywhere. This is the time of year when we used to open our garden under the National Garden Scheme, when we felt it was the … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday 1.7.2023

Half the year gone already, how time flies! Yesterday we had some lovely gentle rain nearly all day, I just hope it got through all the tree canopies and they didn’t act as umbrellas over the plants beneath. I have … Continue reading

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