Six on Saturday

In my own garden again this week. I definitely need more flowers for this time of year as the delphiniums and lupins have pretty much gone over.

1. The day lily is doing well, but I never did divide it last year so must try this year. I saw some lovely day lilies at the National Botanic Garden of Wales which I will post about soon.


Day Lily

2. This is an old heritage climbing rose (sorry did not keep the name). It has a lovely smell. It was slow to start but has a good few blooms now.

Climbing rose

Climbing rose

3. This poppy seeds itself all over the vegetable plot, adding extra colour and food for the bees. I have scattered seed in the flower bed but for some reason they never germinate there.



4. The yellow loosestrife is getting crowded out by the day lily – another reason to divide the latter!

Yellow Loosestrife

Yellow Loosestrife

5. In the vegetable garden the potatoes are coming on nicely despite being set late. I have always liked potato flowers.



6. And the runner beans are doing their thing too.

Runner bean

Runner bean

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17 thoughts on “Six on Saturday

  1. Helen

    Looks like you’ve got a few flowers besides the lupins! One minute the lupins which invited themselves in from my neighbour’s were in flower, the next moment the seeds had been eaten by the birds.

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      Nothing like your own. Ours were late in so we haven’t tried digging yet – maybe this weekend.



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