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Can we have a thread of pictures?

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AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Sat 06-Jul-19 12:40:23

Of our gardens, plants and flowers?

Here are some of my current blooms from around my garden; Cistus, Hydrangea and Mallows, all pink smile

(I think mumsnet only allow 3 uploads)?

willowtree66 Sat 06-Jul-19 12:41:58

My little courtyard garden

florentina1 Sat 06-Jul-19 12:44:16

Autumn and winter

AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Sat 06-Jul-19 13:28:54

I absolutely love both of your gardens!
willowtree66, I zoomed in on yours, to get a closer look at the dog smile

My Campanula (bought yesterday at Aldi), a Rose and the beginning of my Hydrangea Vanille Fraise

onalongsabbatical Sat 06-Jul-19 13:58:46

Oh, what a lovely idea! Here you go... I just went out and took them specially for this thread.

onalongsabbatical Sat 06-Jul-19 14:04:29

Love that winter garden picture. And the courtyard looks so comfortable. And your beautiful hydrangea, OP.

billhubbard Sat 06-Jul-19 14:05:50

Love your gardens .

AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Sat 06-Jul-19 14:35:33

Thank you, onalongsabbatical. I love yours too, especially the Fuchsia

Here is another one of my hydrangea blooms

VictoriaBun Sat 06-Jul-19 14:38:58

A pic of the alpine area of the garden.

florentina1 Sat 06-Jul-19 14:40:24

If any one is interested , my previous posts, the landscapers are here, it is better than the arrival of Santa. It shows my old garden and the creation of the new garden. A lot of the plants were recommendations from MNet gardeners, so I called it the MN Garden.

AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Sat 06-Jul-19 14:55:47

I will search for that, florentina1.

I love your Alpine area, VictoriaBun smile

onalongsabbatical Sat 06-Jul-19 14:59:50

That alpine area is lovely.

florentina1 Sat 06-Jul-19 15:01:38

Thank you for starting this thread, I love looking at other people’s Gardens

onalongsabbatical Sat 06-Jul-19 15:16:04

Me too. (Getting impatient - want lots of mumsnetters to turn up with pix - might have to post more of mine in a minute!)

spannerintheneck Sat 06-Jul-19 15:23:16

What ate these?

onalongsabbatical Sat 06-Jul-19 15:34:16

spannerintheneck assuming you mean what ARE these as they don't look eaten! The leaves are like impatiens but possibly a bit narrow and the flowers are not right for impatiens although also not a million miles away. So I'm wondering if something related to impatiens but that's as near as I can get. I'll go and have a google.

Beebumble2 Sat 06-Jul-19 15:55:36

The cottage garden bed.

Beebumble2 Sat 06-Jul-19 15:56:22

Another bit.

Beebumble2 Sat 06-Jul-19 15:57:08

Oops same picture. I’ll try again.

AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Sat 06-Jul-19 16:08:57

That is just beautiful Beebumble2, and I'm sure the bees love it too grin

Raindrops on my roses, just now (finally some rain, garden is extremely dry)

WingBingo Sat 06-Jul-19 16:10:59

These are wild flower seeds which were a wedding favour from last summer

Fucksandflowers Sat 06-Jul-19 16:21:52

My Achillea cerise queen, alyssum and erysium Bowles mauve

MinniesAndMickeysNeedCounting Sat 06-Jul-19 16:27:20

I only got into gardening a year ago, this is how it's looking so far

MinniesAndMickeysNeedCounting Sat 06-Jul-19 16:33:01

Going to add a before picture as well

AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Sat 06-Jul-19 16:40:34

Try again, @Fucksandflowers (Love your username) wink

Looks great, MinniesAndMickeys. I love the colour of the fence.
Are those Lupins? Mine have gone already.
I'll save the picture and zoom in.

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