Wednesday, November 26, 2014

November garden

This patch, at the front of the house, is looking all gorgeous and stuff at the moment. It's a sea of blue and burgundy.

Nigella




Agapanthus

Snapdragon

Rose




My Little Drummer Boys
Joining Trish for Wordless Wednesday

18 comments:

  1. Lovely photos :) Love the Nigella flower, have never seen one of them before.
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  2. Your garden is certainly putting on a show!

    Thanks so much for the potato plant and HOT chilli (that will come in handy for my curries, I'm sure). I will get a foam box from Foster's today and get the potato planted out.

    Cheers - Joolz xx

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    1. No worries Joolz x I use the chilli in curries too, and just a bit of the oil is great on winter soups for that extra bit of warmth. You could use some of the chillies to make your own harissa.

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  3. Lovely photo's and gorgeous garden! The Nigella is new to me and I really like it! I must investigate further. I'd love some in my front garden :-)

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    1. I'd love to send you some seeds if you email your address. They self seed every year, so once you've got them, you will have them forever!

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  4. I think Nigella is my fave, that blue is simply stunning!

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  5. oh wow! What beautiful beautiful flowers and you've captured them perfectly!

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  6. As you know I'm a sucker for blue flowers. Just the ole' frangapani tree around here!

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  7. Your flowers and photos are stunning. I love the Purple /blue agarpantha best too.

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  8. Love the colours. What a gorgeous time of year!

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  9. Your garden has some beautiful rich colours. I am yet to plant an agapanthus, but have had Snapdragons, but not the amazing colour you have.

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  10. Can you come and do my garden please??? Stunning flowers. Oh and I love your new blog header too xx

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  11. Gorgeous- mine is just going into the Summer protect itself period. I'd love a pretty summer garden though

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  12. Great photos, wonderful shots with beautiful colors, I love the positive force that release those photos!

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  13. Amazing - plants I haven't even heard of.

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