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Profile Image Carole Francis

carolecuttingitfine

Mother of 4 and enthusiastic novice gardener trying to tame an inherited wilderness in rural Devon - all advice/help gratefully received😀

Allium siculum syn. Nectaroscordum siculum, Allium nectaracsardium, Allium bulgaricum

  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2020
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carolecuttingitfine

My new favourite, well at the moment until the next one comes along..

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lexijane

Great photo my lovely 😘

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awomanonabike

Yes, great photo. They are hard to photograph but you have really got it! Love them 😍

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solly1961

Beauty

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carolecuttingitfine

Thank you @lexijane and @awomanonabike - all my contorting planting out was good practice for twisting for a picture 🧘‍♂️ 🤸‍♂️ 🤣

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lexijane

😆😆

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wagsmomthompsonbtinternetcom

Great photo....it’s like a chandelier 👌🏼

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lovemygarden65

Beautiful 💚🧡💚

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carolecuttingitfine

Don’t these look amazing as they are opening?! Have a lovely Sunday everyone

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juliesgarden

Morning Carole..little fireworks 🧨💚

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lovemygarden65

Great photo 💚💚💚

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malada

isn't it a nature's marvel! great shot! 🙂

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carolecuttingitfine

Love these and so pleased they have returned for a second year - have a smashing Saturday everyone 😊

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pelly

Morning Carole, I love these too 😍😍

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juliesgarden

Morning Carole.. love these 😍

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daisyrozanne

They are beautiful, def going on my wishlist 💕

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flof1952

Me too Carole. Enjoy your day 👋🌞

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carolecuttingitfine

Spotted these last year on GardenTags and have been waiting and waiting for them to flower - and I absolutely love them 😍 happy Monday everyone

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bluefox23

Having seen them this year, I'm the same in wanting them for next year! 😊

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pelly

Morning Carole, it's my first year for them too, a great addition to the spring garden 😍😍

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carolecuttingitfine

GardenTags has a lot to answer for @bluefox23 @pelly and @scaryskates , and yes I’ve had casualties too when mowing! So I’m going to move them further into the border and dig deeper as only two of mine aren’t straight.. so they do have the ability to be up standing! 😂

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juliesgarden

Morning Carole , mine have finished , you have to stake them or they just flop 😬, love them 💕

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carolecuttingitfine

Oh thanks @juliesgarden I’ll do that! 😊😊

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emskilouise

I have these too and as the first year of having them (new house/garden) do you dead head them or cut then right down when flowering has finished?

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carolecuttingitfine

@emskilouise no idea 😂😂 I’m going to have to google it! I’ll let you know 🤔

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