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2019 the back garden will change again 😳 whether it will be all done is yet to be seen. Some more plants for the front garden needed
#scabious #yellow with a touch of #bee
Fab photo! @mattfeaton
@Andreamarie thank you 😊
Certainly the best #scabiosa has done, must be liking it's new spot in #mattsfrontgarden
They love a sunny spot Matt, how long have you had it?
Since we moved in #sieveheadsarah they were doing ok the other side of the garden, but since next door had their tree cut down, we get much more #sunshine, so i switched them over 😃
Hey @mattfeaton 👋would you say this scabious holds up in strong wind?
@gardengimp yes it does hold up well, mine are still pretty much intact. Where most other things are battered
Thanks @mattfeaton I'm going to get a couple and give them a try in a sunny, windy spot 👍
Fab pic 💛💛
They’re so pretty, I always look forward to these flowering 💛
#scabiosa is looking great!
This one is looking great! #scabious
Love the colour Matt 💛💚
a few of these beauties dotted around this year 😀 #scabious
#scabiosa #doubleheader one in bloom while the other patiently waits
#scabious double flower on this stem. Looking forward to these flowering..#spider
Well until next year! #missingyoualready :)
#bee visiting :) loads of them today in the garden
Blooming marvellous! Peonies need some dead heading...Tomorrow evenings job
This is the unidentified plant in flower last year...
Possibly a Scabiosa
Yeah look like a scabious
Thanks guys it's a cracking flower the picture doesn't do the subtle colour justice
Help me identify this plant
Any ideas on what this might be it has a single flower and around a metre tall. I took a picture of it in flower last year so will see if I can find it to aid identification. Thanks in advance :)
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