How does your Garden Grow?

How does your Garden Grow Leannes Blog
So we got some lovely weather for all of 2 minutes then it turned horrible again πŸ™ As a result my garden is looking ever so sorry for itself.

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Well as you can see my Garden has seen better days. I bought these beautiful flowers last week and there were Gorgeous! Perfect even… Ive planted them, water them and now there look like some little menacing caterpillars have also took a liking towards them, poor flowers.

There’s a few that look beyond repair with shrivelled dried up petals πŸ™ and they looked so beautiful. Im not green fingered in the slightest, but I do try. I think here though I will blame the weather (I cant live with the fact that ive killed yet another flower lol)

23 thoughts on “How does your Garden Grow?

  1. Gemma

    I have caterpillars all over my primroses too!! They seem to suck the life out of them and then the leaves go all yellow. At least they are colourful and bright πŸ™‚

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  2. SamFernley @happyhomebird

    They still look pretty but if you deadhead them, you’ll get another flush. Primroses are good like that πŸ™‚

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  3. Leanne

    I know poor things :(… They don’t know whether to spring to life or wither away… hopefully there bloom back up πŸ™‚

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  4. Leanne

    Thank you hunnie… Im hoping there bloom again, but the weather has turned rubbish yet again so I doubt that wont happen for a while… Poor Flowers πŸ™‚ x

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  5. Mammasaurus

    I’m a seasoned accidental-plant-killer *ssshhhh don’t tell anyone* I even managed to cull off the ‘hardy’ plants πŸ˜‰
    Here’s to hoping for a nicer weeks weather – thanks for joining in and sharing the pretties!

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  6. Kim Carberry

    Ohh no! What a shame! It still looks better than my garden though….We need to do some serious work out there πŸ™‚

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    1. Leanne

      Thank you hunnie… :)… My garden is slightly looking sorry for itself, once our conservatory is 100% complete i shall be putting alot of time and effort into the garden πŸ™‚

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  7. Jenny

    Primulas can look a bit sad (and are clearly very tasty) but they are hardy little wotists and for us (we rescued ours out a skip 7 years ago) come back year on year

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    1. Leanne

      Oh wow you still have them 7 years down the line… Hopefully i have mine for more than one summer… fingers crossed πŸ™‚ x

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    1. Leanne

      Thank you hunnie… I cant wait for the sunshine to return, its been horrible here, mirky, foggy and very misty :/ x

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  8. Hellie's Corner

    It’s a shame when they start to wither, but you sould get some more come, primroses are brilliant for flowering into the summer.

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    1. Leanne

      awww bless ya thank you… im hoping there will come out lovely again, maybe i need to get some miracle grow? πŸ™‚ x

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  9. Tales of a Greenwood

    The pink primroses always seem to suffer more than the yellow ones, mine are exactly the same. Still a very pretty colour though

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    1. Leanne

      I think your right… my yellow ones seem to be fairing up alot better than the pink and purples :)…. Hopefully there come up nice again x

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  10. Leanne

    Haha… SNAP, i have a lovely Blooming Orchid in my kitchen, that just radiates beauty, anything in my garden is just DEAD πŸ™ and your welcome x

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