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11-04-2015, 23:40   #46
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I'm not sure what variety/species of Primula this is. If anyone has any idea, please let me know. . . . .
It's Primula ‘Wanda’



Wasn't the best day for taking photos today.

Narcissus 'Centannees'



Tulip 'Apricot Beauty'



Narcissus 'Cum Laude'



Anenome blanda
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The first of the native bluebells I planted last Autumn are starting to flower


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some daffodils and tulip
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Thanks a million Pa ElGrande, and apologies for my late reply!
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Five months in the new house. Work in progress but it's getting there
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Bought 2 apple trees in Lidl in February and planted straight away. One didn't make it thanks to an overzealous puppy among other reasons but tree no. 2 has thrived and being a novice in the garden, these flowers were a nice surprise to me!

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Got my bee hotels made today
,," if you build it they will come"...... I hope😃😃😃
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Not really sure what this is, but it looks great, and a nice surprise in our new garden!
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Not really sure what this is, but it looks great, and a nice surprise in our new garden!
Looks a bit like a spirea
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This is my garden as of today. Germinating some tomato seeds there on the bottom right, got my lavender and mint in the pots on either side. There's parsley, cucumber and red pepper along the ledge. Then along the wall of the bed I've planted broccoli, which are just shoots at the moment. The tomato plant and passiflora are next to the wooden frame.

Just out of shot are my leek bed, spinach and lettuce leaves and carrots. I'm new to this gardening thing and I'm completely hooked!
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Magnolia wilsonii, waiting 4 years for a flower only 2, but the fragrance is worth it.
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Finaly getting a few projects sorted around the garden..still need to hide that bloody trampoline
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looking for ideas for an orange colour flower for the middle of this planter

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looking for ideas for an orange colour flower for the middle of this planter
I love Californian Poppies. They'd actually look gorgeous in your dark round planters to either side!

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