Wednesday 9 October 2019
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Autumn is now well underway and the garden is beginning to settle down for the winter: Although you can start to see the bones, at this time of year, there is still plenty of foliage covering them up.
Tuesday 17 September 2019
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I mentioned yesterday that I’d been working in the garden over the weekend. You can see the results of the labour Jane and I put in in this photo of the front garden although it really doesn’t do the amount … Continue reading
Tuesday 18 June 2019
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I’ve also taken my regular wider angle views of the front and back garden for this month but I couldn’t resist zooming in a bit on the profusion of growth in the central bed – a wonderful, slightly managed jungle.
Wednesday 22 May 2019
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During fine weather, the challenge of adding to this ongoing photo series is finding a morning when the sun isn’t shining so brightly. I tried yesterday but there was too much contrast, burning out the lit areas and loosing the … Continue reading
Tuesday 23 April 2019
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Bare ground be gone! Compared to the photo from March, everything is now covered although the range of blossoms probably draws the eye more. Also note the gap near the bottom right where Jane has done some significant pruning on … Continue reading
Thursday 14 March 2019
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A fair amount of pruning has been done since last month so I was ready earlier this week to take another photo of the garden: Expect even more greening up by this time next month.
Thursday 28 February 2019
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Today was the last chance to update my garden series for February 2019. Daffodils are out and many things are budding. There should be more change by the time we get to the photo for March including, most likely, the … Continue reading