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Six on Saturday – On Sunday

28 Jul

A day late as I was busy all day yesterday hearing about the climate emergency and how we can each be doing our bit.
July is turning out to be a month of abundance, many more blooms that I remember from last year. Perhaps I have been more vigilant about feeding and certainly the sun and rain mix has been beneficial.

1.  Day Lilies

Day Lilies

2.  Alium with bees

3.   Trailing Begonia called Million Kisses. We had these in all the chimneys and pots the year of our Golden Wedding.

One Million Kisses begonia in an old chimney cowl

4   Clematis and Dahlia in Suffragette colours – in the back garden, not in my Suffragette garden in the front.

Dahlias and Clematis

5.   Agapanthus

Agapanthus

6.  Poppy Seeds to save.  There have been dozens of Poppies, all from seed saved last year and we have labelled the ones we like the best for harvesting this year.

Frilly red poppy

To see those who were on time with the SoS challenge, visit the propagator

 

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5 responses to “Six on Saturday – On Sunday

  1. Michelle

    August 2, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    Those are the most beautiful begonias I’ve ever seen!

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  2. Heyjude

    July 29, 2019 at 7:07 pm

    All beautiful and just look at the size of those Aggies!

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  3. Lora Hughes

    July 29, 2019 at 11:54 am

    Tagging your poppy seed heads is such a good idea, especially if you have more than one colour. Love that day lily, & your photo of the bees on the allium is lovely. Is the begonia planted in some type of spouting or is that a type of chimney pot cover or . . . .? Love the look of its shape & the begonia flowers go well w/its colour.

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    • mybeautfulthings

      July 29, 2019 at 12:55 pm

      Yes, the begonia is planted in an old chimney cowl, the thing that sits on top of a chimney to stop the rain going down. I’m glad you like the effect as much as I do. 🙂

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