#wordlesswednesday

Calendula – a balm to soothe and comfort the heart. Sending love and a hug to anyone who is in need of it today. 




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    • Mine are at several stages like that. The first photo though is one that overwintered on the veg plot. It started flowering in April. Constant flow of little bunches of flowers for my jam jar posies. All the best with your garden. x

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    • They are worth the wait, aren’t they. Mine just overwintered between the paving stones on my veg plot. I think the heat from the slabs and the overhanging plum tree protected them from frost. Thanks for reading x

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    • Mine have overwintered in the veg plot, under the shelter of the plum tree- so they didn’t get frosted. I’ve got some new ones for this summer, but they won’t be in flower for a week or two. Hope you enjoyed London. Sorry I missed you xxx

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      • I haven’t grown them for a few years so I will be interested to see how they do. It was indeed good to meet up with other bloggers – but such a warm and tiring day (although not as warm as the rest of this week!) 😉Did you go to Chelsea on the Press day?

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      • Yes there on Sunday and Monday. Did recordings for the BBC local radio all day Monday. Very nearly expired in the heat though. I can’t seem to keep up with everything. Missed the blogging meet up. Will have to rely on you to report back. Wish I was superwoman 🙂 x

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      • When were your reports broadcast – were they all in one programme? ps I expect Superwoman looked forward to retiring too… 😉

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    • Thank you. The camera phone is so handy. I always have it in my back pocket. Taking photos of the beehive in the eaves under our bedroom window at the moment. Lovely to wake up to the humming sound. Thanks for reading and getting in touch x

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