Monthly Archives: May 2019

Fuchsia

The fuchsia plugs I planted a couple of weeks ago already have buds on, though it seems a bit early to plant them out yet.

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‘Spare’ begonia

One which was left over from the hanging basket – which means it’s more accessible for photography.

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Clematis

Fading now, but still looking good. It also has the advantage of being very close to the back door, so it minimises how much I have to move!

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View from the living room

I’m still unable to move more than a few metres, so I’m limited for photo subjects.

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Geranium

Another of my geranium plugs is flowering, despite still being quite small. They are all indoors until they get a bit bigger, and the weather is warmer, which means I don’t have to move more than a couple of metres … Continue reading

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Hanging basket

The gardener put up two hanging baskets for me on Wednesday – they are looking very promising, although not much is in flower yet. I’m finding it very difficult to water them at present due to the state of my … Continue reading

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Bee and poppy

I usually find it very difficult to photograph insects as they move so much and so quickly. This bee was relatively helpful, even landing on the poppy while I was in the process of taking some photos. Mind you, I … Continue reading

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