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  • InkadogInkadog Posts: 492

    Those golden roses are gorgeous!

  • gardeningfanticgardeningfantic Posts: 1,019

    your have beautiful roses cranesbill.. they love this weather i think.

    i have lot of plants waiting to flower also this year.. it is driving me mad.. not been able to get out there for a few days.. everything getting beaten down by the rain.

  • CranesbillCranesbill Posts: 28

    Thank you gardeningfantic and inkadog, The golden Rose is called Arthur Bell,image

  • donutsmrsdonutsmrs Posts: 475

    Robot, thank you for that image We would so love some of your lovely weather, can you blow some over to us please, we are desperate, pleeeeeese!!!

  • gardeningfanticgardeningfantic Posts: 1,019

    Yes please do blow it this way.. really totally fed up with the rain now.. and not even getting GW fix... it is not good.

    some good thou.. the lavender seeds i planted have started shooting.. but the maltese cross and the violas..nothing.. not enough light level i think.

    in the garden the cupids darts is now toatlly flat..dunno if it will pick up.. my lavender dlowers are starting to droop to the ground also. and i have had 3 yellow aquilegas flowering non stop since start of may.. i keep dead heading they keep producing.. unusual for them.. but like a ray of sunshine out there at the moment.

  • RobotRobot Posts: 137

    I'm blowing.........................

  • I've just discovered three random plants flowering. Can anyone identify? Should I nurture, or start frantically digging out..?

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     Sorry for the crap picture here - the camera refused to focus on the flower..

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     I can't find any of them in my wildflowers book, so am a bit puzzled... They may be remenants from gardeners past.

    On the subject of stuff flowering, my nasturtiums have burst out in the last couple of days

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  • RobotRobot Posts: 137

    First one I think is definitely speedwell.  Second one looks like a poppy coming but not sure and haven't a clue about the third. Would be interested to know though.  Some weeds (wild flowers) are really nice and I've a tufted vetch growing through my rosemary which is really pretty so I've left it. 

    I love nasturtiums.  Great to put the flowers in salads.  I remember being given seeds at school when I was a littl'un and growing them at home - many many years ago. 

  • Took these this morning not much going on in the garden yet.

    My Dad Rose

    http://i826.photobucket.com/albums/zz184/rainjustlearning/July%20in%20the%20Garden/IMG_0484.jpg

     My Mum rose

    http://i826.photobucket.com/albums/zz184/rainjustlearning/July%20in%20the%20Garden/IMG_0485.jpg

     My little acorn.

    http://i826.photobucket.com/albums/zz184/rainjustlearning/July%20in%20the%20Garden/IMG_0490.jpg

     Clematis Rouge Cardinal

    http://i826.photobucket.com/albums/zz184/rainjustlearning/July%20in%20the%20Garden/IMG_0481.jpg

     Nasturtium Tom Thumb

    http://i826.photobucket.com/albums/zz184/rainjustlearning/July%20in%20the%20Garden/IMG_0486.jpg

     Finally 2 climbing roses 

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    http://i826.photobucket.com/albums/zz184/rainjustlearning/July%20in%20the%20Garden/IMG_0479.jpg

     

  • gardeningfanticgardeningfantic Posts: 1,019

    lovely roses.. they do seem to have done well this year.. think it the damp and cooler termperatrues they like.

    heres mine today..still looking little wild..hope to ge out there tomorrow.

     

                  

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     this is only border that is really doing anything at the moment.

     

                  

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    my gorgeous Pink Fizz Cosmos..bit rain battered but still lovely.

     

     

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