Thursday, 3 July 2014

Pinks And Purples For The Passers By


My front garden is full of flowers at the moment, especially lots of pinks and purples. I have a white picket fence and my aim is to create a cottage style garden. Each year I add more and more plants like Rambling roses, Hollyhocks, Foxgloves, Lavetera, Lobelia, Hydrangea's, Marigolds and Geraniums. Hopefully within the next couple of years my garden will be full of blooming cottage delights for passers by to enjoy. Here are a few of my blooms.





Manneskjur

16 comments:

  1. Looking fab em. Come and sort mine out please lol xxx

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  2. I want to pass by your front garden-that would cheer me up no end :)

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  3. I love those colours - and the idea of a cottage style garden really appeals to me to. I had grand plans of creating a potager garden but with extension work about to begin I'm bracing myself to lose my garden to mud and boards all over it *sobs* Still, nice to think I can start from scratch next year!
    Your garden is looking as lovely as ever - I bet you've been out enjoying it a lot of late. Thanks ever so much for joining in again x

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  4. Wow they look amazing! I'm very jealous, our new garden doesn't have any colour in it yet.

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  5. Love the idea of the white picket fence. Like lavatera also and buddleas because of the butterflies

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  6. how beautiful!!! and fantastic pictures. love!

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  7. I love Lavatera, there is a gorgeous one on our walk to school and I do love to admire it - bet your garden is a similar treat! Reminded me that ours seems to have not grown back, I fear my Dad's ruthless pruning sometimes. My dream is a Cotswolds cottage garden too :)

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  8. Sounds perfect and lots of my favourite flowers there. You have just made me realise that my Lavatera has gone missing. Pinks and purples are so lovely together.

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  9. Beautiful, I love Petunias the best my garden is full of them. My mum has a very full buddleja and is surrounded by butterflies.

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  10. They are lovely - the foxgloves will always be my favourites though!

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  11. Some beautiful flowers there and you have helepd me learn a couple of names too! Mich x

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  12. Oh wow! Thanks for putting their name in the photos! I really dont know their names of this beauties and now I do =) #hdygg

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  13. gorgeous! I want those foxgloves!

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  14. Lovely to give the passers-by something beautiful to see and smell!

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  15. Beautiful colours! We've just planted the same colours in our garden, so clearly great minds think alike! I love foxgloves :-)

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