WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN MAY 2019


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Beautiful garden as always Sean.
Can I please ask how you actually put the new bird feeder support on the wysteria? I have a standard wysteria which does not stand alone. I've actually got it tied on 2 sided to star pickets which I have tried to disguise with obolisks. I'd love to put some type of support directly around the trunk but I'm nervous I'll dig into the rootball and kill it.

Sorry, I missed this post. Our bird feeders are attached to to the pergola.

Two on a support post, the other two hang from wires from hooks screwed into the beams.

The small one near the top of the post is a little "house" that holds a jar of "bird peanut butter," we've another on the low wall that contains the bed to the side of the patio. The blackbirds and dunnocks prefer that one.

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Are those wild or Alpine strawberries @Becky ? :)
I'm not too sure! Found them growing by the side of the road last year. They seem to be doing quite well, and have spread quite far since then! How can I tell the difference?
 
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