Paul

@digitlandscape

Landscape designer. Wine collector. Game junkie (at times). Listen to a lot of music. Most importantly.... single parent to two great kids.

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Harry stands out in New Royal Family portrait.

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Last item on the shopping list... Daffodil 'Double Beauty'. All as listed from Mr Middleton Garden Shop.

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More for the Autumn shopping list... Daffodil 'Kedron'.

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My Autumn shopping list... Tulipa 'Monsella'.

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Bought a few of these at Bloom. They were sold as 'flowering ferns'. Now as we all know ferns do not flower. Any ideas what they might be?

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One of the benefits of 'The Celtic Tiger' crashing and burning... Many areas which were zoned for building now lie abandoned. Nature has returned and created a magnificant carpet of wild flowers and grasses.

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Look who I found frightened and alone in my green-house. Yes it was a little Wren which as many of you know has unfortunately become rare in cities. I could have released it but made a little pie instead.

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Arrived home (pissed) from the pub the other evening and was very pleased to see the beautiful Hydrangea and Fuchsia genii in full bloom outside my house... one little problem... turns out I was not outside my house but 10 doors down!!!

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The Hunt for Assange Is On. Is Sweden a tool of the USA? http://mnhopkins.blogspot.se/2012/08/the-hunt-for-assange-is-on-is-sweden.html

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This area of the garden had always retained moisture for most of the year. Decided to use a combination of Rheum tanguticum, Mattucia struthiopteris, Crocosmia 'Lucifer' and Acorus gramineus ogon. Great to see the combination works and all the plants are thriving.

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I saw this area of weeds under an overpass. I was very impressed by the beautiful collection of colours. Nature paints its own wonderful tapestry. Love it.

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http://www.tokyogoodidea.com/bonsai-series . The intricate and beautifully crafted Bonsai series by TAKANORI AIBA.

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A cost effective, low maintenance and very colourful planting design combination which draw a lot of positive comments. Potential clients take note. Geranium sanguineum 'max frei', Geranium sanguineum 'Johnson's Blue', Epimedium versicolor sulphureum, Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple, Artemisia 'Powis Castle', Bergenia cordifolia 'Rotblum' and all backed by Photinia x fraseri.

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As a follow-up to my last post I have a tray full of bulbs for this species of Allium (Allium 'Michael McKeever'?) starting to shoot up. Looking forward to end 'very tall' result... and eating some of the garlic.

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I know these are a type of Allium. Anybody know what species/sub-species? Are they a type of Allium ursinum?

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Same Prunus as previous post. What is truly amazing is the proliferation of flowering considering that the tree is riddled with cankers.

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I love the colour of this Prunus.

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Doing some weeding and found that my Helleboros orientalis had produced a prolific number of seedlings. No point in letting them go to waste.

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I also planted Epimedium versicolor sulphureum in the front garden two years back. As with the Bergenia they have proven to be an excellent choice.

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Planted a number of bergenia cordifolia 'rotblum' Bergenia cordifolia 'rotblum' in the front garden two years back. They have really taken off this year.

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