WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN MARCH 2019


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Hubby is in the middle pruning all the roses, then i'll feed and mulch them.
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The wallflowers are just starting to come out, very pleased with them, shorter than last year which is good they won't cover up the polyanthus.
 
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Well i'm totally disgusted... my camellia shouldn't be flowering yet o_O but it is and before the flowers can open their centre properly the heads are dropping off :cry:

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Well I am pleased I thought both my purple and pink astilbes was at deaths door back in October...with no life form what so ever and out the blue :wideyed: my purple astilbe is reforming itself :LOL:….mind you no signs of life from the pink one as yet.

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@Gail_68 Cor..... if that was my camelia, I would be as pleased as punch. I have never been THAT lucky with them :( The plant looks really healthy - lovely shiny green leaves too. I think that frown needs turning upside down (y)
Nice to ''see'' you this morning by the way ....
 

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Gail Sorry about your Camelia, i think that they can be very fussy things to grow but your Astillbe is great.:)
 
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