“History” Page Added


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This evening I scanned some photos of what the garden used to look like.  Mainly from the mid to late 1990s, and I will add some more as I find them.  Along with the other page links near the top of the screen.
History Page

Dahlia Photos


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These were from last year and purchased from my favourite Ebay supplier Bulb1, (Garthwaite Nurseries).  Click here to visit Bulb1

Indoor Plants – March 2015

Seed trays and early dahlia tubers all in progress.  My little lavender plug plants are putting on growth but there is nowhere to plant them yet.  The race against time becomes more obvious!

My previous plan of putting up a temporary polytunnel is on the back burner as I can’t get the time off work to take delivery and build it.  Probably a blessing in disguise as I had a real feeling that once up it would not come back down again.

A Hellebore Arrives


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I had to post this photo on Gardeners World to find out what this plant is called.  I thought it was a snowdrop but now I can be quite proud that I am actually a Hellebore owner!