Sunday, 29 July 2012

July brings...



My Beautiful Coral Roses 
Hiding under the undergrowth I discovered a Astilbe , creamy little flowers. The Beautiful Hydie's every July
Lovely pale Blue. It's nearly the end of the month , so I hope August brings more Blooms. It's been a mixed month weather wise, with heavy rain and Sunshine and warm weather towards the end of the Month.
Have a Lovely Weekend and hope the Sun is shining today . If not just enjoy what ever the weather.

20 comments:

  1. You have such lovely flowers to enjoy!!

    Hugs,
    Beth

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  2. Hi Sheila, that blue Coral Roses is beautiful, such a clear colour, I'd love one like that. BTW I've made a start on Your painting, but it's been so hot the paint has dried on the brush , so it's on hold till it gets cooler.Bear with me.

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  3. Blessings....
    You have the most beautiful flowers. The blue ones are magnificent!

    Do you have issues with bees?

    Have a great week
    rhapsody

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  4. I love your hydrangea, such a gorgeous colour :) Its difficult to grow blue hydrangeas here the soil is not right, we have to add something to the soil to get them the right colour. I have a white one in my garden but the flowers are flat, they do have a special name, but it is late and I am tired and my brain won't work any more lol xx

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  5. I hope you and your sweet Wile-e are well.
    Thanks for visiting and commenting.
    Kassey and Mom

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  6. Hi Sheila, Your Blooms are so Lovely. Hope to find you well.
    Thinking of you. Dianne :)

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  7. blessings Sheila;«
    Just popped in to see if you have anymore of your wonderful garden to share. I trust you are well and life is treating you kind.

    Take care and have a pleasant and peace filled week.
    rhapsody

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  9. Beautiful Flowers here Sheila, and I'm so sorry to hear you have not been feeling so well. I do hope all will become better in your world very soon.. Much love and Healing thoughts sent your way, and thank you for dropping by Dreamwalkers Thoughts.. I thought it about time I did a couple of new posts on there, as Its been dormant for so long..
    Well wishes my dear friend..
    xxx

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    1. So glad to hear that Sue , have a lovely weekend. xx

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  10. blessings sheila....
    Those blue flowers are lovely, have you ever tried drying any of them along with the others to create a magnificent bouquet or do you prefer just to admire them outdoors?

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    1. Hello Rhapsody
      No I haven't but I sometimes make a large flower arrangement to put in front of the Fireside. But must admit it's lovely to admire them from the kitchen window.

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  11. Hi, Sheila, just dropping by to say 'Hello', hoping you're OK. I usually just come to WP to copy my blogger posts.

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    1. Hi GG HOPE ALL IS WELL WITH YOU I THOUGHT IT TIME I posted something. Thank YOU FOR POPPING BY hugs Sheila .

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  12. Hi Sheila, How are you? How is things at the pond? Thank you for your visits. Nice hearing from you. It looks like it has been awhile since you blogged. Hope you are okay and just busy doing things.
    Sending Hugs to you Sheila.
    Thinking of you.
    Dianne :)

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    1. Hi Dianne thank you lovely to hear from you , just been deep in thought and busy.
      Many thanks
      Sheila xx

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  13. Hi Sheila, this is in answer to the question you had about the Amaryllis. They can be outside as long as there is no frost. If there is frost then they will die. These are subtropical plants and can not stand frost or freezing weather. Now is the time to stop watering them and let them rest, just before Christmas you can water them again and feed them so they can bloom for you after Christmas.

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    1. This is also the time to lift them out of the garden and repott them and bring them inside. I always give them a little bone meal when I repott my flowers.

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    2. Hi Horst thank you so much my little Amaryllis is now resting as you suggested I wasn't sure as to water or not. Must admit I have never put them outside , so that's a thought. Thank you once again.
      Best wishes
      Sheila

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