In Flower September 2012

Powton Garden September 2012. Arum Lillies and Argyranthemum Maderense in flower.

Powton Garden September 2012. Echium Pinianana coming into spikes now. In front is Argyranthemum Maderense and Arum Lillies to the left.

Pink Tulips just beginning to flower September 2012. Original bulbs from Yorkreations in Minlaton.

Rhodanthemum Catananche “Tizi-n-Test” in the Dry Garden September 2012. What an outstanding performer. Only a little plant but very tidy dense foliage when not in bloom then covered with masses of flowers standing well above the foliage. Purchased from Lambley Nursery 2011.

Rhodanthemum Catananche Tizi-n-Test in the Dry Garden September 2012. Purchased from Lambley Nursery 2011.

View of the Dry Garden September 2012. Echium Simplex spiking up beautifully. I grew these from seeds started 2 years ago. I will keep some of their seeds after they have finished flowering to start another lot.

View of the Dry Garden from the Bathroom Garden. The wind whips through here, especially during spring storms so maybe I will have to put up some windbreaks.

Side Garden September 2012. Pineapple Sage in flower. Cannas cut down ready for the new season. Nicotiniana due to be planted here for summer.

Fantasia Freesias in the Avocado Garden September 2012.

Peach Multigraft in the Old Shop Orchard. This is its best flowering yet with each arm having an equal number of flowers. Could be the best peach year yet!

Ruby Grape. Not technically in flower yet but is growing out already in the first week of September 2012. Other grapes have not even swollen their buds yet. Looking for the flower points to assist in pruning style for next winter.

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