23 thoughts on “July Garden Joy.

  1. Great photos! There are many plants that are continuing to flower and several that need deadheading or they will stop for a spell. The Echinacea purpurea are in full swing as are many wildflowers. The Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii ‘Goldstrum’ are also beginning to put on a great show. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I can not list all that is going on in the garden here. It is that time of year. I can say that there is none of what your pictures show. It is too late for that. I think there are still clematis blooming, but they are different from yours, and are not doing very well here.

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  3. I think I like the tendrils of the sweet pea in your photo almost as much as the flowers. Nipping out to the garden for all our vegetables currently bringing me July garden joy – until I fail to keep up with the courgettes!

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  4. Beautiful! I am missing the garden at the moment as the heat is keeping me out of it. Luckily we are not far from the sea, so it will have to cope on its own until temperatures return to normal. Amelia

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      1. The same is true here but I wrap many of the cherries loosely with a muslin type material that also serves as a bird scarer. They still take a few! The wrapped tree is quite a talking point locally and some people think I am barmy.

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