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July flowers

When we told people we had a south-facing garden everyone said that was brilliant, and I can see why. I’ve never seen flowers grow and thrive as they do here. (The weeds too!!) Our little border plants bought from the garden centre have done well – the fuchsias need planting out, they’re so big.

July flowers
After a harsh winter on the balcony at our last place, the bay tree is coming back to life, surrounded by geraniums and fuchsias in window boxes.
Central planter in garden
Petunias, lobelia and ageratum in the central planter.




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