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Little Princess put a smile on my face today
Having tried hydroponic produce both legal and illicit in the past I found natural soil grown to be much better in flavour, I wouldn't bother with...
Autumn has started
Acer Rubrum Sun Valley
Came across this picture from a few years ago, sadly no longer with us.
A few quick pics
So much variation on this one, a really great cultivar which just hasn't stopped growing since I got it. I'm looking forward to what autumn brings...
It's in the ground so I'll have to wait, but fortunately I do have a more sheltered spot where it could go. All was well until the temperature...
Looking good Xi, I'm thinking about moving mine over the winter as it hasn't done well in the recent heat.
Pleased to see these little darlings have survived the recent storm
Peaches and Cream
My Koto gets a little early morning sun in the summer, catches some on top during the day not much though really and then the sun finally hits it...
Low 20s, sunshine and showers, in Somerset. I have a wide brimmed hat and sandals so I'm prepared for this sort of weather, normal service has...
Another hot one today in Somerset, phone says it's 28C my thermometer says 30.5C, either way it out of my comfort zone. One thing I've have...
So far so good, it is in pretty much full shade though now so hopefully they'll be fine.
Amber Ghost putting out some new growth towards the end July in the UK
My Olsen's today, still holding it's red and looking much happier in a more shaded in the garden.
A touch of red already appearing on my Linearilobum, bit earlier but hey ho.
Some new growth on my Amber Ghost.
And my beloved...
Summer Gold, looking great and loving the sun
It's not permanent but I think it sort of works, for now.
How about this for a beautiful red, the picture doesn't do it justice really. It's a Pavonia, don't know the Latin name sorry, that came from some...
I have one that came with my Black Lace, it seems to be working very well, I've not had to pull any weeds out of that pot, unlike some of the bark...