Monday, 15 May 2017

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

Like many bloggers, I post elsewhere from time to time. One of my regular haunts is The Hardy Plant Society Blog where I post every month about fabulous plants for pollinators. 

Here is my latest offering: http://www.hardy-plant.org.uk/blog/shoe-0517 
I hope that you enjoy it. 



My apologies for redirecting you today. I will be back here next week, by which time, fingers crossed, we might have had some rain in Norfolk. The soil is so worryingly dry!
Best wishes,
Sarah


More gorgeous blooms in gardens around the globe may be found at http://www.maydreamsgardens.com/

15 comments:

  1. Very dry here too. It is actually raining now but very steadily so not 'good' rain.

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    1. We need good rain, preferably at night with gloriously sunny days for gardening. Am I being greedy?

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  2. It is worrying to have a dry May. Our May started out that way but rain finally found our area be are back to normal so they say.

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    1. I'm pleased that the rain found you. We haven't had proper rain for ages and it's so windy that it makes gardening unpleasant. If I were of a suspicious disposition, I might believe that someone is trying to put us off gardening!

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  3. It's been a very dry May indeed but there seems to be hope this week...

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    1. It was forecast here, but so far we have had a few spitty little drops. I was still able to wear in my slippers outdoors without fear of wet feet (yes, I am a style guru ;-))

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  4. We have had a lot of rain during May here on the east coast. Hopefully things will change for you soon. Now I'm going to check out your article!

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    1. Thanks Lee. It has finally rained today! Proper, gorgeous rain. The garden looks very much happier for it!

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  5. Cammassia are on my "must plant" list. I may get around to it this June, or fall at the latest!

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    1. It is one of those plants that gets better every year. I am thinking of adding some to the long grass in the orchard.

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  6. We have had some rain now Sarah. Our white Wisteria is in full bloom, the bees love it. The HPS is a great organisation. I have a link on their website to my blog, I don't remember seeing yours on there.

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    1. How lovely - enjoy your Wisteria while it lasts. We are beginning to get Wisteria confetti on the path now. I will check the website - thanks for the tip-off!

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  7. Thanks for the redirect! I commented on the other blog, but I will repeat here that I love wisteria! We are fortunate to have a couple of beautiful natives that are less invasive than the oriental one.

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  8. No rains here as well Sarah. Love your onions! Have a nice week!

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  9. You perfectly describe my morning journey out into the garden and then back in to get the camera. Love the hat!

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