Wednesday, June 25

Harlow Carr in June


 Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett


27 comments:

  1. Oh that's lovely Sue. Don't those primulas make a wonderful sight?
    I am planning on going to Rosemoor tomorrow, weather permitting. Really looking forward to it!

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    1. Hope that you have a good day, Jessica

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    2. By the way the photo doesn't really do the primulas justice as they were spectacular

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  2. I wonder what the men in photo 5 are doing? I am missing 3 photos on this post

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    1. Just walking about David. How strange - which photos - have you tried refreshing the page?

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  3. Lovely! I do like the daisy's by the pond.

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  4. Lovely. I was there on Friday afternoon.

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    1. We missed one another by a day then L. We went Thursday

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  5. This must be one of the best times of year to visit, the borders are full and flowering away, there's plenty going on in the veg garden too and the seventh photo shows just how lush and green everything is.

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    1. There have been different things to see all year, Jo.except the veg patch.

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  6. Beautiful garden! Love the pond and the white daisies. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. The daisies were spectacular Endah and a flower that grows in the wild here too. I've planted some on our plot

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    1. And they are well walked on, Dewberry.

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  8. Nice photos. I like the willow used in the veg area. Bet they have loads of gardeners!

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    1. They use willow and hazel a lot in the veg garden, Kelli and also have some willow sculptures in other parts of the garden.

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  9. It's really awesome place! I'm speechless!

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  10. Thank you for these beautiful pictures. I have seen the garden but many years ago. It was nice to visit again through your photos.

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    1. They do change things each year, Alain. There are a few areas being developed.

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  11. How very pretty, I loved the water areas and that lovely little pond.xxx

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    1. It's actually more a lake, Snowbird - the photos only show a part of it

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  12. The little pond I liked was the one that was sunken with stone around it.....how lovely to know the water area is more a lake....a place I'd like to spend time in.xxx

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    1. I see -, Snowbird sorry forgot about that one.

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