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Tag Archives: Rosa glauca
A mixed bag.
We have had mixed bag of weather as well as a mixed bag of photos this last week. Temperatures ridiculously high for a few days, then quite hard rain last weekend, followed by more very high temperatures. Today should be … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged clematis, Climbing rose, double geranium, hostas, hydrangea, jasmine, phormium flower, primrose, Rosa glauca, saxifrage 6 Comments
Roses, roses everywhere.
All the roses that are flowering at the moment are really enjoying all the rain that we are having. The climbing and rambling roses especially are much better than they usually are, maybe they need more rain than we normally … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged climbing roses, David Austin roses, Rosa glauca, roses 22 Comments
Berries for the birds.
Now is the time of year for us to repay the birds in our garden for eating all the nasty grubs etc. that try to ruin the look of our plants. I can’t say that I have noticed any damage … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged acorns, Arum, Berberis, berries, birds, Conkers, Cotoneaster, holly., Ivy, Leycesteria formosa, Lonicera, Pyracantha, Rosa glauca 10 Comments
Rosa mulligani and Rosa glauca.
Two roses which always cause comment when we have visitors to the garden, are the huge “mulligani” which is climbing up the dead oak and the dainty “glauca” which has lovely coloured leaves. Rosa mulligani is the same as the … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Rosa glauca, Rosa mulligani 8 Comments
So many flowers turn into berries, which then become food for all the wildlife visitors to the garden. This abundant harvest can make all the difference to the animals and birds who spend the winter months with us.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Arum, Berberis, Cotoneaster, Honeysuckle, Horse Chestnut, iris, Ivy, Leycesteria, Lonicera, Pyracantha, Rosa glauca, Sambucus, Viburnum Comments Off on Natures Harvest