My Cottage Garden,..glengarry23.

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    Joining a Forum at this time of year when most plants have finished blooming means less images to capture so a video of blooms of late might be the best way to begin.

     
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      Clematis cirrhosa ' Freckles ',..in bloom now.
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      Asters showing up as usual in Autumn.
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      My Lupins should be finished blooming but they still appear up to today.
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      Mophead Hydrangea,..colour changed from pink by way of Hydrangea Colourant.
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      Lavatera ' Barnsley Baby '.
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      Lace Hydrangea,..still blooming.
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      About 400 yards from the cottage we have the River Shannon,..during the past few years some ' Asters ',..reaching a height of approx 1 Metre,.. have started growing in two locations,..half a mile apart,..i took some home and they are thriving.

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      Those in my garden.
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      Philip
       
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        I have quite a few roses,..some i have names for and some were grown from cuttings where the parent bush had no name,..others were grown from seed,..then there are the ones grown from another cutting and do not resemble the parent plant nor the previous cutting,..those with names i will post later.

         
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          That's a pretty garden you have. :blue thumb:
           
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            Thank you Sheal,..i am pleased you enjoy it,

            Philip
             
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              Some of the named roses.

              Rose ( Rosa ' Reine des Violettes '.
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              Rose ( Rosa ' Fragrant Cloud ' )
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              Rose ( Rosa ' Handel ' )
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              Rose ( Rosa ' Peachy Sorbet Melt ' ),..named for me by a fellow gardener.
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              Rose ( Rosa ' Casino ' )
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              Rose ( Rosa ' Laurie's Golden Orange ' ),..grown from seed and named by a fellow gardener.
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              Rose ( Rosa ' Korresia ' )
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              A bloom from the above,..by a cutting.
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                  My kind of garden, GG:love30:
                   
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                    Thank you ARMANDII,..its a well packed with plants garden,..though i never bought any of the plants,..all are from cuttings,..seed packets on garden books,..seed swaps and plant exchanges,..i think i have a plant addiction,..but love it.

                    Philip
                     
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                      Not me, Philip, I never, ever, impulse buy or have an over planted Cottage style garden like you
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                      If we both love Cottage style gardens, Philip, then we are very much alike in the way we garden and way we respect Nature
                       
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                        ARMANDII,..love the crosses fingers lol,..i can see the resemblance in garden styles,..a well stocked garden there even down to the Hollyhocks,..i could live with that garden,..very nice.

                        I was born in a small village where the National Botanical Gardens are located,..our house was across the road looking into the rose garden,..my Dad worked there and after school i would head in there and give him a hand with his work,..i had the garden bug very early.

                        National Botanical Gardens,..were my playground.
                         
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                          And that's why we have Gardeners Corner, Philip, as all the GC Gang, (of which you are a member):love30::yes::cat-kittyandsmiley::coffee:, are like minded in their love of plants and gardening from members gardening from a Balcony to a couple of acres..........it's a great place to be.:yes::cat-kittyandsmiley::coffee:
                           
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                            Fabuloue...just Fabulous..tha
                            Liar liar pants on fire..:biggrin:
                             
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                              Some of the blooms included in the videos are below.

                              Clivia 'Minata' common name 'Forest Lily',..'Caffre Lily',..size at present is 69cm high x 96cm wide,..this plant is mostly indoors but placed outside during Summer,..it flowers when it chooses.
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                              Tigridia pavonia,..'Mexican Shell Flower/Tiger Flower,..it also has other names,..blooms last for one day but are replaced quickly by other blooms,..a fairly tall plant ( 1 Metre ) so needs a cane for support,..comes in reds/yellows/pinks and sometimes without markings,..easy to maintain.

                              Seeds can be saved and new plants grown easily.
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                              Crinodendron hookerianum 'Chile Lantern Tree',..produces red lanterns in Summer and up to Autumn and Winter,..a hardy evergreen as well.
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                              Verbascum nigrum 'Dark Mullein'
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                              Sedum 'Dragons Blood'
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                              Erysimum variegatum 'Variegated Wallflower'
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