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Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Garden Beauties


Lysimachia punctata 'Alexander' likes semi-shade and moist ground.


Thyme is spreading over the brick paving and attracting bees.


I took a peek in the neighbour's garden! He has just made a bird house. My neighbour's plot is one half smaller than mine. There is no real fence between our gardens but we planted shrubs and small trees planted along the border. This way our two plots looks like one garden and give an illusion of having bigger gardens than it actually are.


Self seeding foxglove thrives in the shade of a tree.










6 comments:

  1. No real dividing between your gardens, now that is super friendly. I do like the Thyme spreading over the brick paving.

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  2. I presume that you and your neighbour are good friends? Do you swap plants?

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    1. Yes we are good friends! And yes, we swap plans now and then. Nice thing, having good neighbours, isn't is?

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  3. What cheerful yellow flowers! I like the lysimachia and the foxgloves. Your little "pond" of thyme looks soft enough to dive into!

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  4. ΠΑΡΑ ΠΟΛΥ ΟΜΟΡΦΟΣ Ο ΚΗΠΟΣ ΣΟΥ ΑΛΛΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥ ΓΕΙΤΟΝΑ!!!!!ΣΥΓΧΑΡΗΤΗΡΙΑ ΠΟΥ ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΤΕ ΒΑΛΕΙ ΦΡΑΧΤΗ ΚΑΙ Ο ΚΗΠΟΣ ΣΑΣ ΕΝΑΙ ΚΑΤΑΠΛΗΚΤΙΚΟΣ!!!!ΠΟΛΥ ΟΜΟΡΦΕΣ ΟΙ ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΕΣ ΣΟΥ!!!!ΦΙΛΙΑ ΑΠΟ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ!!!!!

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  5. I have never seen or heard of Lysimachia punctata 'Alexander'. It's a beautiful plant!

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