Friday, November 10, 2006


Why is it that you wait all season for things to come into bloom at the right time. All shows are now long in the past and we are well into autumn so why is my fuchsia deciding to flower now - no sense of timing these plants.


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At 11:02 am, Blogger The Angina Monologues said...

My fushcias do very well on the Thanet soil and climate, as do the geraniums, which often seem to survive from one year to the next. Have you found any other good Thanet flowerers?

At 7:55 pm, Blogger Lucy Mail said...

Grow old along with me,
the best in life
for which the fist was meant to be (sorry, first)!

At 10:58 am, Blogger Lucy Mail said...

Ummm... did I get that all muddled up?
Maybe I should get into flowers and leave the beer alone.
Quite fancy myself as a hippy!

At 8:45 pm, Blogger Little Weed said...

I thought your flowery dress was the sign of a hippy -wrong again.

Although I am a very keen gardener that doesn't mean that I know what I'm doing. The things that grow best in my garden are weeds. Hydrangeas seem to be very good in this area but almost anything grows well except of course the Azalea, Rhododendron and other acid lovers, though I did meet a lady who said she had grown a lovely camellia straight into the soil which shouldn't be possible.

At 10:31 pm, Blogger The Angina Monologues said...

Thanks for the advice, I killed off a couple of rhodies when I first came here all those years ago, but I haven't tried hydrangeas, and you do see a lot of them thriving around the place, so I'll hop off to Wyevale and get some I think.

Happy gardening!


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