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Davidward

Located with a distant view of the River Deben in Suffolk and open to meadows. I am trying to merge the garden with the wild indigenous plants.

Aquilegia

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Davidward

#close-up the more you look the more you see!

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awomanonabike

GardenTags has this effect on us doesn’t it. Great photo 💗

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njquantock

The shafts of sunlight looks great until I realised they were canes 😆 @Davidward

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Davidward

Thanks Neville... happy accident 😬

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njquantock

@davidward sometimes the happy accidents are the best with both photography and gardening!

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Davidward

Thanks Jacqueline @awomanonabike

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Davidward

@njquantock indeedydoooo!

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midnightgardener

Lovely photo 😊😊💕💕

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Davidward

My favourite aquilegia..... so graceful and elegant as they sway in the breeze😍

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Davidward

The huge aquilegia now in full bloom and looking splendid. Probably 5 years old now, having moved in a pot here nearly three years ago😍

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njquantock

Very nice @Davidward

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Davidward

Hot sunny day here in Suffolk.... Aquilegia looking stunning. Does anyone know the particular variety? #plantid

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njquantock

Nice photo 👍

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Davidward

@njquantock @linfoster Thanks.... such a gorgeous plant. I’ve got about twenty babies coming on from last years seeds collected🤠

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Davidward

This huge Aquilegia is looking gorgeous..... now over 3 feet tall!

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njquantock

@Davidward nice - my dark purple ones are starting to bloom #selfseeded

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Davidward

Aquilegia looking stunning against the rain clouds 1/5/20

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njquantock

@Davidward looks like 🌧 We gardeners do see some wonderful sights it’s one of the joys and the 🌞 always comes out again!

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Davidward

Looking up at this huge Aquilegia..... it’s about 3 feet tall and looking magnificent

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Davidward

@dirtgirlworld thanks Maggie.....that was quick!!!

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midnightgardener

I'm waiting for my big one to spring into action. Yours is looking good 😊😊💕💕

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njquantock

@Davidward that’s a great angle to show off these beauties

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Davidward

The aquilegia is bigger this year than I’ve ever seen before...... can’t wait to see it flower!

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midnightgardener

Wow! Neither can I that sounds like it's going to be quite something to see 😊😊♥️♥️

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Davidward

Aquilegia putting on a spurt! 5th February

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ublaszko

Mine are showing new growth too ☺👍

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Davidward

23rd May 2019. #aquilegia Aquilegia kept company with Pot Marigolds, Forget-me-nots, and Verbena.

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sherrisgarden

Great combination of colors. 😍😍

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Davidward

@sherrisgarden Thanks Sherri

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sherrisgarden

You're welcome

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Davidward

#wildlifewednesday those Aquilegia again...... but with a Bee this time!

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sadieberg

Do you mean aquilegia?

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Davidward

@sadieberg Thanks Vivien..... indeed I do! At least it started with the right letter🙂

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columbiariver

Beeautiful

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Davidward

Thank you Lin @linfoster and Laura @columbiariver

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Davidward

Aquilegia from the back of the border

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Davidward

Aquilegia star of the sunny border at the moment

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