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MY CHRISTMAS TREE CAKE
DWARF RHODODENDRON, THE FIRST OF THE THREE TO BLOSSOM.
THIS ONE IS FOR SHERRY. MY PURPLE GIANT CROCUS ARE JUST COMING INTO THEIR OWN.
DEFINITELY NOT MY GOOD SIDE, LOL KEN, THE FRIEND WHO GIVES US LIFTS EVERYWHERE, IS TOP LEFT
KEN'S NEW YORK CHEESECAKE
The Alpine bed underneath our front window, just 2 seasons old.
The new smaller Alpine bit.
On the gravel
Close up on the gravel
Around the run off hole.
My strawberry patch. They are in there somewhere, lol!
Scottish Eagle as painted by my brother
I KNOW, I SPOIL THEM, LOL.
TRISH ON DESCANT RECORDER AND ME ON TREBLE
OUR SMALL PULPIT. ADVENT AND XMAS CANDLE ON RIGHT OF PIC WITH CHISTDINGLE ON PULPIT)
CENTRE PEWS (MARY IS ON FAR RH SIDE OF PHOTO)
OUR XMAS TREE
Moonlight over the park
Over the back fence
One of my favourite lilies
I just love the feathery flowers on this one.
My other geranium now in flower
Most of the veg is about ready for harvest.
Looking down the ramp
The rose bush out front
My sweet peas
The small border
My geranium tub and a different hydranga, the one with the pom pom flowers.
These shrubs are just 2 seasons old and started out as mere sticks in the ground
The roses are just coming into bloom
The shrubbery can never be shown at its best because of the different flowering times
The bamboo is really doing well
Cannot remember the name of this one. Anyone help?
Lovely Narcisuss, so similar to the daffodil and they last about as long..
THIS IS A FIRE RAINBOW - THE RAREST OF ALL NATURALLY OCCURING PHENOMENA.
Mum and Trish
My animal friends
The bird feeder, (Note Mary's decoration)
At the side of the shed; jasmine, fuchsia, heathers, fuchsia, conifer and green heather
The established hydrangea, (there are two more but youngsters)
The ones with the 'pom-poms' are Alliums and the central plants are Dwarf Rhododendrons
My dog Lucky in his favourite position
The view over my garden shed
The same view at sunset
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