In the Garden

grovesy

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Having succesfully got the picture small enough to post I could not work out to add text. I think the reduction has blurred the picture abit.
 

everydayupsanddowns

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Having succesfully got the picture small enough to post I could not work out to add text. I think the reduction has blurred the picture abit.
so pleased you managed to upload the picture :)

And a lovely splash of colour.
 

Northerner

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Not a great picture - should have worn my glasses! :eek: :D This is the only one I have! :eek: Daffodils are out at the churchyard, and their crocuses have fared much better than mine. Blossoms out on some of the cherry trees :)

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Wirralass

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Having succesfully got the picture small enough to post I could not work out to add text. I think the reduction has blurred the picture abit.
After you've posted your pic press the key that has an arrow on it pointing to the left. This will take you to the next line where you want to post a message. Hope you get the gist of this grovesy.
WL
 

grovesy

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Yes I think so. I am busy trying to cut down my overgrown winter Clematis Winter Beauty, before the garden waste gets collected at the end of the week. Also before the other summer flowering ones below start growing more vigorously.
 

Robin

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Thought I'd practise uploading photos with a pic of my hellebores. They normally flop over, but I think it’s just so wet that they’ve had plenty of moisture. The white ones were here when we moved in, but the pink ones have all appeared by magic in the years since.DDA4293F-EF57-4AFD-8AAB-8EE8BFD1F096.jpeg
 

grovesy

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Love the colour of the Hellebores . Mine only hold there heads down in the frost.
I have a dark purple near black, that I bought quite a few years ago that only seems to flower every few years. I was really disappointed with it as I paid nearly £10 at Wisley, when I got it home I had cut out of the pot it was so pot bound.
I have heard and read Carol Klien(gardening expert), saying that Hellebores can be promiscuous and may be it is a seedling from before your time.
 

grovesy

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I did this all my phone but all though it is easier to upload , it is a bit small and fiddly.
 

trophywench

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Never ever heard hellibores called Lenten roses before!

There again my mother never liked calling anything her mother had known and told her the proper name of, by a 'common' name. Anything whatever 'common' was beneath contempt for her.
 
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