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Primula on Mother's Day 2017

Primula on Mother’s Day 2017

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Freesia I   Leave a comment

Freesia – There is not much to say about this one, really, except I love freesias, and when the light caught this one I had to pick up the camera…playing with such narrow depth of field still needs work, but hey, there wasn’t much time to loose before the light would disappear so for a quick decision result this isn’t too bad I think. I hope.

Freesia

Freesia

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Dahlias and Cosmos   –   This will be the last bunch of flowers I am going to get from the garden this year I think. Not to worry, time to start making the Christmas wreath, 1st Advent is in two weeks time 🙂

Vase with dahlias and cosmos

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Vase with dahlias and cosmos

Letitia Wyatt   Leave a comment

Dianthus / Pinks – It has been a long time since my last post, because things have been so manic in the garden. The season is nearing its end, so I should be able to post a little more regular again for a while. This is one of my pinks, on a sunny morning after a night of lots of rain.

Dianthus

Dianthus ‘Letitia Wyatt’

Calendula   Leave a comment

Calendula   –   A much underrated cottage garden plant. Come rain or shine, there they are without fail, cheering up miserable souls with their bright and intense yellow and orange hues.

Calendula

Calendula

Lady of Shalott   Leave a comment

Lady of Shalott   –   This lightly fragrant English shrub rose has decided to make use of the sudden warm weather and exploded into bloom.

Lady of Shalott

Lady of Shalott

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Dwarf Cherry Stella   –   Sorry I haven’t posted here in a while, I have been busy with art and craft work on my other blogs and also with the garden. Well, the Scottish spring weather is keeping us on our toes. Only a few days ago we were basking in sunshine and summer temperatures, yet this morning we woke up to a covering of snow and hail. This image of cherry blossom was taken just before the hail storms hit, maybe it will tie us over until the weather improves?

Cherry Blossom

Dwarf Cherry Stella

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