Saturday, 27 June 2015


This blog entry is really for the information of our friends Sue and David. In that the above pictured hydrangea shrub was given to us  (by Sue and David) on our fiftieth wedding anniversary two years ago. It's come through the last two winters looking fit and healthy and is now about to bloom again. Thank you Sue and David.

Another view of our garden looking summery.

 Meant to do a rather longer blog entry, but the machine is playing up a bit (it seems to be reluctant to take more than about four photos  for any one entry) so will come back a bit later and try it with the second half of today's entry.

1 comment:

Crowbard said...

Your garden is burgeoning Mike, Hasn't it been a wonderful year for gardens generally? Ours has been full of colour since early spring with masses of wall-flowers, aqualegia, dozens of varieties of daffs and narcissi, camellias, rhododendrons, fox-gloves, poppies and all-sorts. The foliage seems to be much thicker and fuller this year, thanks to Jude's magic touch. Your ferns seem to be showing the same healthy and robust approach to foliage production.