Sunday, 11 November 2012

Resurrecting the garden blog


I have spent a bit of time looking at the side garden and musing about what has worked, what hasn't and what progress I have made here.  It is a garden which I began in the spring of 2009.  The blog ended up as such a lot of pictures and writing that I have gone back to using a blog which I set up in 2009 to keep track of what I was doing.  Keeping Track of the Garden is here if you want a look!

I have changed back to the old template by the way as so many people again had a problem with Dynamic Views.  Hope that's easier!

21 comments:

  1. Beautiful header . . . I will take a look at your other blog . . . I didn't realize there was another.

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  2. The header photo is lovely. Thank you for your comment on my blog about roses. I have somehow managed to get your comment lost on blogger. (Where did it go? Who knows...)

    I agree re roses being very adaptable though. As long as they get enough water (and it isn't salty) and disease is controlled they grow brilliantly here and our summer temps get up to 45 degrees C. They look a bit worse for wear when it is really hot but come back quickly. Am sure there are times of the year where they look average in Wales too!

    Take care.

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  3. The resurrection in the title made me think that the palings were grave stones, or maybe steeples in the dusk. We have churches hereabouts with sharp angled rooves just like those. Perhaps where one might find Rapunzel, locked away and a troubadour beneath. The palings do look as though they are made of stone. What has Rapunzel do do with gardening?

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  4. That's great - I did have quite a lot of problems loading the other template so, selfishly, I'm pleased to see this one return. Our garden is an utter disaster though - SO much rain, it's completely waterlogged and we can't move around without churning up the grass and turning it to mud. Very frustrating.

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  5. Are these the tall kind of Michaelmas Daisies. If they are . . . um . . . um . . . er . . . do you collect seed from them?

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  9. Ooh, another blog! "follow by email" would be a grand addition... Hint hint... I find being able to go back over past photographs easily an invaluable tool, but I sometimes find the writing bits embarassing, a list of good ideas I never got around to implementing... Or bad ideas that I did...

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