Wednesday, May 6

An alternative rainbow


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


24 comments:

  1. Beautiful. I especially love the unblemished hostas at the end. Perfection.

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    1. For how long will they stay like that, CJ? We are trying to keep spraying with a deterrent to protect then a bit - we will see,

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  2. Wonderful colours.

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    1. It's good to see the colours emerging, Jo

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  3. How wonderful to have a complete rainbow in your garden.

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    1. If only the rain would stay away, Tanya

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  4. Your 'bleeding heart' rainbow is magnificent. Wonderful pictures of cheerful flowers on this stormy and rainy day in The Netherlands.

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    1. It was a windy and rainy say here to Janneke

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  5. The Bleeding Heart is just wonderful, the photo also...all of them. Wishing we had a bit of your rain as we have gone from snow to hot!

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    1. We could spare plenty of rain, Bren

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  6. Your garden is evidently not short of colour then! And I see that most of the flowers in your photos are wet. We have had 48 hours of atrocious weather here - very windy, and lots of heavy rain. I suppose we needed the rain, but I would prefer it to come gently!

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    1. Colour is ion patches gradually increasing, Mark. Horrible here too rain and wind although today has started bright and dry.

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  7. Lovely photos Sue, we are building up the plants in the front so hopefully I shall have some nice photos of them soon x

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  8. Wonderful - I see you have had just as much rain as we have. Is that a Lewisia up there - I have just bought one and think I may be going back for more.

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    1. It is a lewisia, Elaine but in the greenhouse, One thing they hate is wetness gathering in the rosette so planted outside they are best tipped at an angle so rain runs off.

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  9. Gorgeous photos, especially when you get up close...tiny details are often missed when you are looking at the whole.

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    1. I often see things in photos that I didn't notice in real life, Margaret

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  10. The flower are so beautiful! The colours are striking!

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    1. There are some beautiful colours at the moment, Malar

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  11. Glorious photos Sue. "I can sing a rainbow too" :)

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