Six-on-Saturday 02-07-2022

As usual, this is going to be a short one. I had two days not deadheading due to a busy week, so the roses are in a bit of a state and the lawn (or clover field) is needing a trim. Off we go then.


The Danse du feu, (I think that’s its name) from Mr Propagator a couple of years ago, is looking lovely. I can’t see it from the house but it’s worth a trip down the garden to admire.


One of my favourite roses. It turns a pale yellow after it has been open for a couple of days. Beside it is the white, perennial sweet pea.


……..and at the other side of the garden is the pink, perennial sweet pea. I haven’t tied it to the fence yet so it’s trying to get to the front of the border.


This lavender is a pretty, gentle shade of pink which doesn’t show properly here.


The flowers on my bog standard hydrangea are much smaller this year, still very pretty during all its phases.


That giant Leucanthemum Superbum has started to flower. It’s over 1.5 metres tall, but has it stopped growing now?

I’m off out to the garden now. Have a good weekend. πŸ‘©β€πŸŒΎπŸŒΊπŸ…πŸŒΉπŸ¦‹πŸ›πŸ¦πŸˆβ€β¬›πŸŒ€

10 thoughts on “Six-on-Saturday 02-07-2022

    1. I’m afraid I don’t know. It came a few years ago as part of a “mystery bundle”. It’s a bit like the “Peace” rose, but it isn’t that. Thank you for your comment.


  1. Your roses are lovely, mine are sulking this year. Oddly my Leucanthemum superbum didn’t return, but the Ox-Eye daisies / Leucanthemum vulgare don’t seem to have any problem in self-seeding and returning!

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  2. Lovely plants 🌼🌸 Your perennial sweet pea is superb! I’ve never grown one of those.

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