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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.
#wildlifewednesday can you spot the beautiful blue butterfly?
I see him 💙
@juliesgarden you are a winner 🎉🎉🎉
😂😂👍🏻 woohoo !
What a fabulous photo 🥰
@jacaranda thank you very much Barbara
The closer you get the more to see!
Lovely spiky Borage 💜💜💜💙
Yummy blue stars
#selfseeded a late arrival in the border
Borage is beautiful, I love it 💙💙
And it has #101uses
Borage..... such a lovely colour combo of flowers 29.10.19
Love this, it's on my wish list for next year 💜💙
@pelly be prepared for how quickly and how big they grow Jane!
I must admit I've never thought about that, but I've got just the spot for it, thanks for the advice David 👍👍
Borage.... so fast growing! Blends rather nicely with the Verbena #latebloomer 23.10.19
Wow that looks amazing and lots of it! Borage is brilliant and so pretty 😊😊💙💙
Borage is definitely one of those plants where the more you look the more you see!
I really must get this, it's so lovely and all edible 💙💙
I’m definitely going to sow these next year
Borage looking really interesting now..... first time I’ve grown it and it won’t be the last!
I grew it from seed last year, love it for the bees but also use it in Pimms & salads! Be careful though, it self seeds! I’ve had to pull up quite a few this year.
@linfoster thanks Lin...... poppies do set the scene so well!
@jerseylily thanks for the advice and suggestions Deborah
@godfreye thanks Enid
Borage started flowering and lots more to come! 11th June
10th May cataloging new plant
Ooooh, love this plant. Which is lucky, because new self-seeded babies are still popping up from that one time I grew some in 2017! 🤣
@Mikekally so pleased to hear they self seed Kim....... love seeing babies appear
Yes they're lovely - and easy enough to pull up if they appear in the wrong place
@Mikekally my kind of plant Kim........ love self seeders that don’t take over unless you want them to!
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