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Lyn and Malcolms Garden Blog
October  2015

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October 28th
Rain at times and some cool nights recently,. with one night down to +1.2c.
All of my plants in the 'Exotic' garden are now put away for the winter.
It takes about 2 weeks to erect the temporary shelters, and get all the plants under cover.
Glad that is now done, we don't have to worry about the plants so much, just pay the bills for keeping them warm !!!

Aconitum carmichaelii 'Royal Flush' 



Campanula 'Sarastro'


Lilium 'Speciosum 'Alba' 


Lily leaves


Lily leaves





Salvia involucrata 


A pristine flower of Rudbeckia


Some of the Lemons which have now ripened with the onset of colder weather
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October 20th
The Asters and Chrysanthemum have been at their best with the dry weather not damaging the flowers.
Here are a few of them in Lyn's garden.












Chrysanthemum 'Cottage Lemon' 


Chrysanthemum 'Mrs Jessie Cooper 2'