Garden in June


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What a beautiful and well organised garden, Willy! :clapping: I particularly like the arrangements in the first two pictures! The palm is also very attractive!!

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Andreas

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What a beautiful and well organised garden, Willy! :clapping: I particularly like the arrangements in the first two pictures! The palm is also very attractive!!

Kind regards

Andreas

Thanks Andreas,now the part of the first two pictures are indeed the most nice ,but this chanced all the time ,next month some other part is more beautyfull like this ,even in winter there are very nice parts full whit flowers,i planted so that i have the whole year flowers,flowering in all different seasons,i like it to see flowers in my garden ,

cheers Will

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Lovely garden Will. What are the purple flowers in the first photo? Are they campanula or aubretia?

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Lovely garden Will. What are the purple flowers in the first photo? Are they campanula or aubretia?

It s tym,4 different kinds of its ,you can even used this in the kitchen, :l_sunny:

I have not so many uncommon plants in my garden ,the most are to difficult to hold them alive whit the extreme summers and winters we have the last few years,so i try to grow most common plants ,or easy ones ,campanula ,it s go dead every time after a while ,the second photo are asters,on the first pic the are a few mini hostas to ,hard to see ,plants got not bigger then a few centimeters,

Cheers Will

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It s tym,4 different kinds of its ,you can even used this in the kitchen, :l_sunny:

I have not so many uncommon plants in my garden ,the most are to difficult to hold them alive whit the extreme summers and winters we have the last few years,so i try to grow most common plants ,or easy ones ,campanula ,it s go dead every time after a while ,the second photo are asters,on the first pic the are a few mini hostas to ,hard to see ,plants got not bigger then a few centimeters,

Cheers Will

Thanks Will, the Tyme really looks lovely as do your other plants. I have some in my garden but it is not flowering as yet.

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Wow! What a garden! You really have some skills, I wish I could come up with a garden that looks this spectacular! Any tips you'd like to share with the peanut gallery? I'm really impressed by the carnivorous plants. Well done.

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Great garden Willy, it looks very "wildlife friendly", the insects must be very happy (except for the ones who get to close to your CPs of course). :)

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