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Lyn and Malcolms Garden Blog
Four lovely sunny and warm days, then back
to gloomy and damp.
The forecast for 3 days time is 5c with a feels like temperature of 1c
My Dahlias are doing quite well, standing out in their pots in the warmest part
of the garden.
But I have had to bring them in under cover as it has been raining heavily for
half the day today.
Don't want to get them too wet at the roots, till they have grown a bit more.
Clematis atragene 'Brunette'
Erythronium californicum 'Harvington Snowgoose'
Epimedium 'Buff Beauty'
Tulips against the wall in the 'Exotic'
garden, gives some Spring colour while
the exotic plants are still under cover.
Dicksonia antarctica first fronds
Another of my Panorama pictures in what
will soon be the Exotic garden again.
In the few decent days we have had
recently, I have taken some Panorama pictures in the garden.
The pictures are made up with about 16 individual pictures, each joined
Lyn's garden has a lot of new growth and the flowers on the Spring bulbs are
You will see a lot of difference in the next couple of months.
The 'Exotic' garden. Not very exotic at the moment as all the plants are still
in winter protection.
The tall structures protect the Bananas. The mini greenhouse is temporarily in
place to help bring on
small plants, as the main greenhouse is full.
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