It’s nearly time for term to start, and the gardening group is getting in early. Here are Six on Saturday from my students.
1 A brand new potting area for this gardener, and she’s confessed to catching the propagating bug. Looks like she’ll need a plant sale soon!
2 The group took a trip to Felley Priory. If you’ve never been there, what are you waiting for? Lovely gardens, a nice tea room, and loads of plants for sale at very reasonable prices. Here are a couple of images from one of our gardeners.
3 The same gardener, who has recently joined the group, sent these images of her garden, which has been getting bit of a makeover, The pond is a new addition, and spot the Melianthus major, doing well.
4 A shot of this morning’s garden from one of our gardening couples. Love that white gladiolus.
5 For some reason, this image from another of our gardeners got left behind last year. I’ve just spotted it this morning, so it qualifies! It’s his mother’s garden, which he tends, and what a lovely clematis.
6 That’s it for student contributions this week – well done, guys, on getting stuck in early. So, I’ll finish with one of mine. This is Rudbeckia laciniata ‘Herbstsonne’, lounging horizontally rather than vertically, with the last flowers of the fabulous Crocosmia ‘Hellfire’.
The Six on Saturday meme is the brainchild of thepropagator, and the guidelines are here:
5 thoughts on “Six on Saturday”
Well done Jo for getting the Blog up and running again. Great photos.
Lovely photos. Reminds me yet again that my beds don’t get enough sun—or rain these days.
Thanks, Susan. I know what you mean – it’s either not enough or too much…
Oh my; propagation can bee so addicting.