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Dark and MysteriousUnnamed Dahlia from Helen Lewy’s collection

A walk around my garden – Pauline Farady

We have Buddlejas wayeriana and davidii

……and two unknown blues, Hydrangea and Clematis

….and two yellows, Alcea and Colutea arborescens

The hot colours of Summer have arrived – Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ growing in Jan Eastment’s garden

A stunning display of Angel’s Fishing Rods – Dierama pulcherrimum – Jan Eastment

A random arrival – a black Opium poppy, Papaver somniferum – Jenny Lloyd

The sometimes capricious Dictamnus AlbaJan Mundy

Unknown rose and a real beauty – Jacqui Warren

The stunning Mecanopsis betonicifolia – Helen Lewy

Rosa ‘Buff Beauty’ – Veronica Ruth

Exquisite Camassia Flore Pleno – Jenny Lloyd

The beautiful perfume of Carpentaria californica Cathy Davies

Clematis ‘The President’ – Jan Mundy

Iris and Rose – Cathy Davies

Linnaea amabilis aka Kolkwitzia amabilis or Beauty BushJacqui Warren

An amazing Viburnum plicatum ‘Llanarth’ – Cathy Davies

Wisteria Black Dragon in typically tropical Bargoed – Suzanne and Phil George

Clematis Green Passion (early opening stage before it puffs up like an imperial chrysanthemum)Jan Mundy

The ever elegant Clematis ‘Miss Bateman’ – Jan Mundy (brilliant photo!)

Pretty but pongy. Crimson Cloud hawthorn – Crataegus laevigata – Jenny Lloyd

Shooting Stars – Dodecatheon meadia – Helen Lewy

Og is on fire – Chilean Fire Tree, Embothrium coccineum Audrey Bull

May I introduce ‘Master Michael’ Olearia x scilloniensis Jacqui Warren

Happy viola faces – Jenny Lloyd

Beautiful wisteria in full pomp – Liz Davies

Stunning slipper orchids, Cypripedium, in the woodland garden – Helen Lewy

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