Wednesday, 3 August 2011

July end of month view

With very few words. July end of month is part of the series hosted by Helen at patientgardener

18 comments:

  1. How full and lush it all looks. You're onto something here with the views from the same spot each season.

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  2. Looks fantastic. The last view is beautiful.

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  3. Just looks so green now Elizabeth, so different from the winter pics. Obviously down to your gardening prowess and weeding discipline!

    Your sweet peas are great...

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  4. It certainly looks beautiful. I love the view of the south bank.

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  5. How lovely it all looks. But what have you done with the people?

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  6. It's lovely to know where each spot is having been lucky enough to visit!
    Looking good. As Ponside said, full and lush.

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  7. Pond side - the idea is hosted by Helen at patient gardener and I should have said so in the text. I really like it. It is so easy to forget what things do throughout the year.
    Joy - much of what makes the garden beautiful is nothing to do with us and everything to do with the view!

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  8. Loving all the greeny lushness and especially those clear, clear blue skies. When I have a garden again someday, I am going to do this. I bet it's a great help in planning new plantings for the Spring.

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  9. Chris - sadly weeding discipline a bit absent. Try to plant so much stuff together thatbthere is no room for weeds. Great theory but doesn't always work
    Nora - the view is fab!
    Fennie - I can't have people cluttering up my photographs! I snuck out when there was no one there.

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  11. Shazzzzzam! Wowzers! Looks amazing!

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  12. Mountainear - didn't show you chicken attack area though!
    Jane - everything you gave me is thriving. Thank you!

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  13. Beautiful gardens. So green for summer. Things are a liitle drier in Australia in summer.
    Only four weeks until our visit to Wales. Very excited.
    Chris

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  14. Caroline - it is really useful to have the record and interesting to see how things change. This is the second year I have been doing it so I can now compare July 2010 with July 2011. Fascinating to see the difference!

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  15. Marcheline - aw shucks
    Chris - we do green here. We do very good green.

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  16. Does your heart good to see such lovely photographs.

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  17. I wish my garden needed very few words. I do hope you'll do a post with every month at the end of the year.

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