and saving my jungle bed from the invasion of the Kerria Japonica, from my neighbour! It is a pain. She moans like crazy about my Trachy, I have never moaned once about her Kerria or Pyracantha she has planted along large parts of the fence and I am forever having to cut back and it has evil thorns too, but I do feel a moan coming on.
Just dug this Brugmansia San Guinea out, lots of new shoots, will pop it back in somewhere.
Everyone who walks past it says this has grown? I hope so.
The flower bed, I have still to get the sleepers in, but need help to do it,
I have been planting my large plug plants today. I think what surprised me was how warm the soil felt.
I know its an odd combination having an English flower bed right next to the arid bed, but I have no idea what else to do with it.
Although it is south facing, with the fence and the other neighbours hedge. Which grows abotu 2 ft above the fence until they cut it down, I'm not sure what else to do with it. Don't get me wrong I love a flower garden, just a bit odd next to the Arid bed.
If you have any great ideas do, let me know.
I have now managed to get one of my shelves outside of the greenhouse.
This is a tetrapanax papyrifer ‘rex’ I have had up for sale for a while, but as no one seems to want it I thought I wouldn't let it go to waste. Now they don't like being potted, but I thought for one year, what could be the harm.
The greenhouse is emptier, honest!
I have tomatoes too.
and slugs definately jump!
The Rheum is the biggest it has ever been this year!
Colocasia Pink China, shows itself.