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Sunday morning walk.
It was just Rufus and myself this morning walk. The weather was just right for a nice photo of this tree. Must be really nice to live here on a morning such as this !
Alder scare !
While on my holidays , my son waters my trees. This has it’s problems. All the inner leaves of this Alder were brown and crispy , not watered just enough. But thankfully the tree is coming back nicely. … Continue reading
My son Tony is a very keen birdwatcher. So he asked me to join him a few weeks ago to try and spot a rare bird of prey. I can’t remember the name, but it’s main food is these very … Continue reading
Hornbeam trim !
This is my second Hornbeam and I’m cutting back just the same as my more upright first Hornbeam. These are from the same guy but not bought at the same time, about a year appart. Both trees grown from seed, … Continue reading
To much wine ?
At the Bonsai school a few weeks ago I had , what I thought, was a few glasses of wine. This I enjoyed. Then Taxi home and Ian’s lovey wife picked me up the next morning for the workshop. This … Continue reading
Looking good !
This is my little Pyracantha in full flower. I have had this tree about 4 years and I just love it at this time of year.
Front garden – finished.
So I got the top-dressing put down today, this is a little better than before. A before and after photo.
After our visit to Timpany we followed Ben for a wee nosey around his garden. Wow, what a great garden he has made, this is only 5 years work. With his choice of plants you can clearly see he is … Continue reading
Timpany – Return, for me anyway !
This is my secoud visit to a great Nurserie in as many weeks. As you can see Allison,Ian and Ben came along as well. Some photes of the gardens this time, the plants will follow in another blog this week.
Hornbeam , Spring look !
I love this tree just as the leaves are coming out. Looks well in it’s new pot.