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Saturday, 30 June 2018

The garden in June

A random selection of favourite images, not many words.










Not nearly enough of these:



I am certain a pair of Pied Wagtails are nesting in the big log pile, cannot get any pictures and don't want to poke around and risk disturbing them.







Clematis 'Fond Memories'







The 'meadow' in our Cottage Garden lawn






































Lunch



Too much sun . . . in West Cumbria, who would ever imagine I'd say that?





16 comments:

  1. Looks amazing- the ultimate tribute to your years of hard work, imagination & expertise. Hope that you truly enjoy all the fruits of your extraordinary dedication.

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    1. Thank you lovely boy :) Dunno about the imagination and expertise - more like stupidity and bloody-minded inability to know when I should maybe withdraw and replan . . .

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  2. Wow! That is just stunning. And inspiring!

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    1. Thanks Roddie, hopefully rather more under control than when you saw it :)

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  3. Perfect English garden, I hope you enjoy the summer in your garden. Lovely photos.

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  4. What a lovely garden you and Management have created! Now enjoy it immensely.

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    1. Cheers Sue, we are doing our bet to enjoy it :) This current heatwave certainly helps.

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  5. Lovely photos of a wonderful garden, you deserve to enjoy it after all the hard work you've both done :)

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    1. Thanks Eunice, I must admit it certainly is nice to take a small step back and actually sit down in the garden!

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  6. Your garden looks amazing Jayne. Enjoy all the hard work you've put into it.

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    1. Cheers Eileen, it is lovely now to be able to appreciate the space, rather than constantly fight with it.

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  7. Glorious. Hasn’t it been blisteringly hot? Still is too and no sign of it breaking here for a couple of weeks 😳 x

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    1. Thanks CT. Almost too hot at times, but I try not to say that because I regularly grumble about it being dull and chilly! No rain forecast here for the foreseeable future.

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