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It was another mark of progress this morning when I wandered around the overcast garden while Jackie was out shopping. I didn’t imagine I might have to be rescued in some way.
Wedding Day rose has begun to bloom on the Agriframes Arch spanning the Brick Path.
The diagonal view from the Heligan Path towards the greenhouse features Hot Lips and the clematis now blooming over the Phantom Path.
The arch over the Dead End Path, from which can be seen the Rosa Glauca in the patio, supports Compassion rose and scarlet runner beans.
Astilbe and campanula Samantha flourish in the West Bed.
Poppies, heucheras, and clematises vie with roses in the Rose Garden.
Here, a bee sets its sights on one of the yellow Bottle Brush plants’ blooms.
The sun having put in an appearance this afternoon, and a hosta in the front garden having caught my eye, I ventured out again.
Jackie has replaced the pansies in the stone tubs on the wall with bright geraniums.
Fuchsia Delta’s Sarah thrives in the triangular bed beside the wisteria arbour;
almost black petunias are set off nicely by pink diascias in a pot beside the Kitchen Bed;
and these hanging baskets on the kitchen wall contain diascias, lobelia, and bidens.
This evening we dined on our second helpings of yesterday’s Forest Tandoori takeaway meals.