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Melanie is our temporary hostess for Dr Tanya’s Five Things challenge today due to family bereavement. Today our theme will be five flowers you admire (to give to someone or for yourself). I love lilac, and the house over the … Continue reading
Walking the dog this morning, I noticed this and don’t know how I missed it before. Reaching into my pocket though, I discovered I didn’t have my phone! I remembered to take it this afternoon and took this picture: Once … Continue reading
A dog walking friend has ‘fessed up that he has finally ‘lost it’ due to the coronavirus lockdown. He decided to help his wife in the garden by watering the plants and set the hose up accordingly. He was not … Continue reading
Thank you everyone, my mystery flower has been identified as Canterbury Bells. In floriography, it represents gratitude, or faith and constancy. The reason we didn’t see it last year from our box of mixed seed is because this biennial herbaceous … Continue reading
Calling all gardeners………………. does anyone know what this is please? We didn’t have it in the patch last year, and I can’t find it in my book. Our neighbour took an picture and she can’t find it either. Hollyhock is … Continue reading
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It’s habit now that I take my phone with me when I take the dog out on my own. You never know when I might need to make a call…………… or take a picture! Gardens around us are a blaze … Continue reading
I preferred The Woodentops (I loved Spotty Dog), but another favourite Watch with Mother was The Flower Pot Men which was first transmitted in 1952 before I was born! In order to attract bees and birds into our ‘green and … Continue reading