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Old 21-06-2012, 09:29
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Am I the only person who has virtually no flowers in my garden?
(Don't ask me to name them please!) but other than the large montanna that flowered at the front of my house about 3 wks ago, nothing else is flowering, I guess that shows just how little sun the plants have had, as normally, there is a different plant flowering in sequence every month until Oct...

Gardeners - will they flower late now? Or not at all this year? Has anyone else noticed this? I can't say the same for Barmouth, the darn rabbits have eaten my first attempt, but I have some grasses to plant this weekend - (here's the horticultural bit)
Three golden brown ones, a black one, and a green and white one - I can tell you're impressed with my knowledge - (takes a bow)

Ps. Did you notice I avoided the 'W' word?
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Old 21-06-2012, 11:26
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my concrete garden is growing lovely.
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Angela B.They may well flower later if you get a good spell of weather the Garden calander is all over the place due to the weather this summer.
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dandelions,buttercups and daisys, got no room for flowers in our garden
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as i was so excited over buying the static , i went down with loads of geraniums begonias and bedding plants , all potted up hanging baskets everywhere , none have flowered yet which is shame as they have grown well and thick bushy now , i hoped they would flower soon as sun came out , planted a rhodedendron that was just opening when we left the frosts got my first begonias but they are still trying , only small , one day i hope i see a blaze of colour down there , must have cost loads , , ,
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Am I the only person who has virtually no flowers in my garden?
(Don't ask me to name them please!) but other than the large montanna that flowered at the front of my house about 3 wks ago, nothing else is flowering, I guess that shows just how little sun the plants have had, as normally, there is a different plant flowering in sequence every month until Oct...

Gardeners - will they flower late now? Or not at all this year? Has anyone else noticed this? I can't say the same for Barmouth, the darn rabbits have eaten my first attempt, but I have some grasses to plant this weekend - (here's the horticultural bit)
Three golden brown ones, a black one, and a green and white one - I can tell you're impressed with my knowledge - (takes a bow)

Ps. Did you notice I avoided the 'W' word?
Glad it's not just me, I was so concerned about putting in plants that could manage with little water if I wasn't there for a while, forgot all about the rabbits. Planted all my pots up and when I got there the next week the little buggers had eated the lot.
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