Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
The clematis look wonderful. Is it two varieties ?The Veg plot is coming on too; beans a plenty.Zoe
Glad you popped by thanks for leaving a comment. I read you blog most days and catch up when I have missed one.Weather isnt to clever today is it!
Your clematis and hydrangeas are really thriving! Just catching up on some posts--how wonderful that you and Artistsgardens got to meet for lunch and an afternoon together. I would love to meet some of my blogging friends and see their gardens in person.
Looking good as always! It certainly was windy on Sunday! xx
What a lovely healthy clematis VP -- would like to know its name.
Windy again today. Happens every year just as the plants have reached dizzy heights the wind comes along and knocks them to the ground. I am starting to lose my patience! x
Zoe - It's 3 per obelisk, but 1 of them isn't flowering. I'll post about which ones soon.Slice of life - thanks and it still isn't is it?Rose - thanks and that's the great thing about the UK, it's not too far to meet someone.Flighty - and the wind continues!Anna - will be telling you soon!TIMP - TS and I feel exactly the same. Us gardeners are never pleased!
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