WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN DECEMBER 2020

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  1. Perki

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    You take some very nice macro pictures Armandii :)
     
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      Thank you, Perki, much appreciated:love30:. I do enjoy photography as much as I enjoy gardening and Astronomy and it keeps me mentally busy which is what I like.:old: They're handheld shots so I couldn't be too fussy with the depth of field but, in the main, I got what I wanted.
       
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        I'm still waiting for Hellebores to flower, although the foetidus are starting now. Our first snowdrops have opened.

        I'll try to remember to take a photo when I've charged the camera battery.
         
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            Some of the plants look well frosted whether it was worth being mostly untidy for the past 6-8 week I am not so sure.
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            Pittosperum tom thumb look good
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              pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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              Looks really cold there @Perki .
               
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                Although this is supposed to be a bit tender, it has performed for the last two years to justify its name - kniphofia 'Christmas Cheer'
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                  pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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                  Thats an odd one.:blue thumb:
                   
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                    Helleborus niger for once flowering at the right time of year.
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                    Helleborus argutifolius
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                    Hesperantha coccinea: from seed sown in 2018
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