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Our gardens in November

Started by Dundee, November 15, 2014, 09:57:05 am

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Dundee

How are your  gardens in November?

In my garden tehre are still some flowers in Bloom.

Dahlias  and  nusturtia, for example  :)
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K@

All of ours seem OK. I got some in, a while back. The sun's been out, ever since. :P

The Hosta's died-back, though.
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Lisa

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Tâf

Rosemary and campanula in bloom here, everything else is dying-off for winter.

Dundee

I removed my morning glories yesterday.  :'(
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fred

Gym?  Thought you said Gin.

dogsmum

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Dundee

My garden is still quite green -  and will be green in December still!
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Nana of 8

We still haven't had a frost - there is a rainbow of colour still out there! Our nasturtiums are still flowering; a lovely splash of orange-yellow. I also have red crocosmia, lilac hebes and a pink rose in bloom out there. The bay tree  (it's huge - about 15ft tall!) is flowering (tiny cream flowers), the campanula still has a couple of blue flowers and the ericas are very purple.

I have a suspicion the first frost will zap the lot! :-\
Queen Ebayer

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Tâf

Our Campanulas are even attracting bees!

Some daffodils are up 4" already.

K@

It's all very odd. It's like a spring day, here.

Set to change at the end of the week, though, apparently.
The trouble with cats is that they've got no tact. - P. G. Wodehouse

dogsmum

Quote from: K@ on November 25, 2014, 11:34:44 am
It's all very odd. It's like a spring day, here.

Set to change at the end of the week, though, apparently.


It changed here  :'(
Our days are happier when we give people a piece of our heart
rather than a piece of our mind.

K@

It's a bit grimbly (as they say, up here) today.

The birds are all in, fattening themselves up. :)
The trouble with cats is that they've got no tact. - P. G. Wodehouse

Nana of 8

Queen Ebayer

Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.

dogsmum


Nastursiams (sp) are still flowering despite two days of frost earlier this week  :)
Our days are happier when we give people a piece of our heart
rather than a piece of our mind.