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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.
So pretty. 😊🍁
Feverfew still going..... not many plants still in flower now 1.1.20.
I have a few plants scattered around. I never seem to catch them in flower, just see the dead heads - but they must be doing ok, they've self-seeded into my neighbour's bed and flower away happily over there!!
@Mikekally probably dark by the time you get back from your allotment you busy bee you Kim!
N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 9 Feverfew having a late second flush..... maybe self seeded from the summer? #latebloomer
It's popping up all over my garden David, I welcome it until it starts to take over 😱😱
@pelly I haven’t found it a problem yet Jane...... but I much prefer weeding away than buying plants!
Most definitely 😂😂
Feverfew still in bloom nestled into sedge and surviving some light frosts! #latebloomer 9.11.19
That looks pretty David. They look good together 😊😊❤❤
@midnightgardener thanks Christine..... self set so plants choice, not mine!
@Davidward I had some self set too this year but months ago now. A super clump of them too 😊😊
@midnightgardener this was seeded from a plant in flower spring and summer Christine
Help me identify this plant please #plantid flowers about half inch and 3ft tall
Reminds me of feverfew, very pretty, http://ravensongseeds.com/herbs/feverfew
@gartons @cyndi thanks for your help..... the petals threw me as previous feverfew were single!
@KariSamuel thanks for identifying this plant Kari
You're welcome. I was super confused as my original comment disappeared. 🥴
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