Tuesday, 18 May 2010

BLUE POTS BLUE SKIES AND HELP NEEDED PLEASE?

The sky this morning at 7 o'clock
Won't miss all the slugs and snails we had at the old house
they used to eat everything and particularly my Hosta collection
managed to rescue my blue pot of Hostas yesterday from the slugs and snails...
.there doesn't seem to be any in Bakewell's garden.....
The Hosta already here hasn't one hole in it!!



TOTAL RELIEF!!! 
emptied the old house yesterday..what a relief that is
Agent in to find us a tenant as we didn't manage to sell so that's another worry out of my head

Got back about  3ish and did a bit in Bakewells front garden
trimmed the overhanging conifers...we now have a path to the front door!!
And we washed the slab and brick paths...now they sparkle hehe

 THE WISTERIA IS BLOOMING......
WOW WOW WOW!!
Isn't she a beauty?


Needs a bit of training running a bit rampant hehehe....So glad l found out what l had before
 l cut it down!!!...ooops

Treated the Lawn with AFTER CUT....looks like it's working!!


HELP
I love the garden flowers and colour but l'm no gardener not really......
Can anyone tell me what this is it looked to pretty a leaf to be a weed but no sign of any flowers so really not sure?

Thanks again the cushion is really loved almost finished the back....maybe tomorrow it will be completed

Back to Old house today to fill all the holes throw a pint or two of white paint about collect all the plants l want to bring to Bakewell and tidy the rest today

THEN WE CAN REALLY GET GOING ON BAKEWELL PROPA!!!

HUGS TO ALL XX

9 comments:

  1. WOW!!! suz you totally rock!! Love your enthusiam you make everything look so fab!! love the wisteria, such a beautiful flower, sorry not a garderner so no comment on the mystery plant,lol cant wait to see what you do next!! I am leaving work in July YIPPEE!!! so hope to get that crochet lesson if thats ok, enjoy the sun

    kazxx

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  2. hehe thanks Kaz....got my energy back now the old place is emptied at last!!
    bee far to long a job that one
    Bit of tidying to do
    Buthe garden os calling for now sun is fab so perfect
    Sent a message but fabulous no job in July...knit and natter for us some time hey?
    Hugs xx

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  3. Oh my...looking good there Suz! That wisteria is beautiful! I'm sure you'll have it ship shape in no time.

    Do not know about your mystery plant. Do you have a nursery or garden center close by? Maybe you can take a leaf off and take it in the next time you are nearby and they might be able to tell what it is?

    Good luck with all the finishing details so you can focus on your new place.

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  4. Fab wisteria - not sure about the mystery plant though. At least you have lovely weather for all your soting and clearing activities.

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  5. Love the wisteria! I don't know what the mystery plant is but we had some too and I ended up pulling it out as it was taking over and choking other plants and had quite a big root base. I think it does flower though - maybe I should have left it in to see;-))

    Good luck with all the final moving jobs so you can settle down in lovely Bakewell! xx

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  6. Thank goodness you were able to save the Hosta. Happy Camper. Your wisteria is stunning. I have no clue about your mystery plant. It does look kind of weedie to me, but than I thought all English Gardens were totally weed free of there. It's close to the brick so I'm thinking....

    Kate

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  7. My hostas were all eaten so I don't try and grow them any more:-(
    oh well, i have lots of other plants to look at. The garden looks spick and span!
    Love
    Lyn
    xxx

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  8. Thanks all may be a ragwort or a poppy of some sort hehehe but really not sure
    Thanks for looking though even though you couldn't help
    Hugs all x

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  9. opting for RAGWORT...PRETTY LITTLE MONSTER
    used in herbal medicine but thought to be poisonous to humans but lethal to horses and cattle
    http://www.english-country-garden.com/flowers/ragwort.htm

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