What's Looking Good In November 2021

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  1. Lem

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      Good evening @Lem my friend and thank you very much appreciated:smile:
       
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        Euphorbia characias 'Silver Swan'

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        Cotoneaster (Small standard tree, about 30 years old)

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        Buxus

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        Myrtus

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        Euonymus

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        Azaelia

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        Marguertie

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        Jasminum nudiflorum (which has fallen off its support and is lying on the floor !)

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        Hardy Fuchsia 'Margaret'

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        Another Marguerite

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          :wow: @Michael Hewett , your plants are looking fabulous, love the Cotoneaster standard, very pretty, and so much in bloom, well done my friend :dbgrtmb:
           
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            Thank you @Lem I try to have lots of evergreen variegated shrubs in the garden which add interest in the autumn and winter, and flowers are an added bonus :smile:
             
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                  Dangling Callistemon viminalis ...
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                  Acidenthera and Bougainvilla ...
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                    Good morning my wallflowers are in flower:smile:

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                      I like wallflowers, very pretty display :thumbsup:
                       
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                        Wow Woo, mine aren't not even the ones that are a couple of years old!! Lovely display.:)
                         
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                          Things here are all gradually closing down now.IMG_20211119_121725.jpgIMG_20211119_120826.jpgIMG_20211119_121658.jpgIMG_20211119_121623_burst_01.jpgIMG_20211119_121552.jpgIMG_20211119_121526.jpgIMG_20211119_121447.jpgIMG_20211119_121348.jpgIMG_20211119_121301.jpgIMG_20211119_121252.jpgIMG_20211119_121235.jpgIMG_20211119_121216.jpg
                           
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                            I don't have a picture as they never come out well with plants under LED grow lights but I am thrilled that the Bleeding Heart plant seems to be recovering. It was a down to a few strawlike stems at the end of the summer so I dug it up and brought it in to nurture over the winter. It has a couple of nubbies coming up through the soil which gives me hope that I have saved it :) My hibiscus also acted poorly at the end of the summer too so I have cut off all the dead stuff and it too seems to be happy down there under the lights. These plants were new this year and expensive as well and I am determined to save them. I just wish I could find where my platycodon was dragged. Something dug it up and hauled it away. It too was new this year. :sad:
                             
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