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Denise Moore
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14th Aug.
The severe rains two weeks ago really took told of the Stargazer Lilies, ended up having to give bunches away. Perhaps in part my fault, they are in large planters and with Jack being so ill didn't get around to splitting them, so have now cut them them dow...
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23rd June
The Yellow Dwarf Alstromeria are looking superb, thanks Viv. I have bought more in other colours and they have taken off so well, good thing they are in another bed, just wish I had bought 8, only bought 4 so have sent off for another 4, the little bed by t...
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6th June
Well we didn't have rain for over 5 weeks but boy has it made up for it the last 24 hours, the garden must have heaved a sigh if relief. Everywhere is looking quite perky. The Arum Lilies are exceptional this year. A couple of things have popped  that I hav...
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16 May
Well at long last some rain, it is over a month since we had rain so very welcome. Everything is really looking refreshed now. We are having a fund raising day tomorrow at the Bowling Club so have done quite a few seedlings and plants for this, hope it's dr...
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Tuesday 2nd May
MY how time flies, May already. I am now hardening off the plants in the greenhose, I have grown extra for the bowling club Fund Day, including Iceberg Lettuce. The John Downie Crab Apple is a mass of flowers should be a good crop, didn't make any last year...
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I am only one of many that is enjoyong the lovely spring flowers in the garden just now.  Amazing how things pop up that you know you didn't plant, I never planted white corocus but quite a few have appeared and they are very large. Just finished hoeing etc...
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March 1st
Inspite of last weeks foul weather the spring flowers have survived except for a few crocus in the front garden. Very pleased with the newer Helebore that I planted about 18 months ago, they really have taken off adding colour to the bottom garden, now that...
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The sight of a few spring flowers is always a joy at the time of year. Must admitt I love the Primroses and Snowdrops, they give me such hope. The Hellebores as ever do not let me down and now coming into flower, the newer ones are already in full flower, t...
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23rd December
Merry Christmas every one. What a pleasure to see colour in the garden at this time of the year. The Primroses are so colourful but outstanding, as ever, the Mahonia, just outside my kitchen window, it is in full flower and such a  joy. The spring bulbs are...
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Sunday 4th December
Well They predicted a long cold winter and so far they seem to be correct. Must admit after cleaning the Greenhouse some weeks ago forgot to bubble wrap until 2 weeks ago, thank goodness I remembered, better late than never. My husband Jack dying put everyt...
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