The garden in June

Our garden is the garden that keeps on giving. We’ve only been in this house since January, so it’s exciting to watch the garden change and see what’s going to happen next. It really hasn’t disappointed us.

There were a few short days, after the spring flowers had all died out, that the colour in the garden disappeared, but then suddenly it was back!

We (OK, my husband and mum mainly) have cleared a few weeds (but they grow quicker than we can clear them) and my husband has tidied the edges a bit, but the garden still very much has a mind of its own. It was clearly planned by someone with a really good understanding of flowers and colour, because it seems like nearly every day there is something new to enjoy.

As ever, I know very few of their names (apart from roses and poppies), but here’s some of the beautiful flowers which are blooming in our garden right now in June. I’m really hoping the garden keeps surprising us right through the summer.

Once again, I’ll let the flowers do the talking…

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Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Your garden pics are lovely, and it is wonderful that you have all settled in so well. Next year, you will be able to plan ‘your’ garden, and watch it grow x.

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    • Thanks very much, Lesley! We’re not very good gardeners and we’re pretty happy with what’s here, luckily. There was a fair amount of daffodils and tulips, but you can never have too many in my opinion, so I will be squeezing a few more of those in!

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    • Thanks, we really are! I just love looking out of the window at the garden as I’m working. x

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  2. Stunning! And some really unusual shrubs and flowers in there. I think one of the nicest things about your garden is that gorgeous rustic wall as the back drop!

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    • Thanks, I love my wall! I wanted to get it into at least some of the photos. So if the flowers and shrubs are unusual, it’s fine for me not to know their names, right?

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  3. Looks gorgeous – you have a really lovely garden. Mine is currently a pile of rubble and scaffolding so I am very jealous! lol xx

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  4. Beautiful! Our garden is still a bit of mystery to us too having only been here since the week before Christmas. Mind you, sounds like your husband is pretty handy outdoors. Mine is the opposite!

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    • My husband is good at doing things, but he knows NOTHING about flowers and plants! We moved in on 7th January, so only a couple of weeks after you!

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  5. Gorgeous garden, looks wonderful. Must be rather nice seeing all the colours pop up whilst you work away

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    • It is, it’s fantastic! Thanks very much 🙂

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    • Thank you. I never realised I would love it so much – we didn’t have much in our old garden.

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    • Thank you, Merlinda. It’s been lovely to see 🙂

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  6. Oh wow! Love flowerbeds like yours! Not surprised you’re thrilled to see them blooming away.

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    • Thank you, Kriss. They are fantastic 🙂

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  7. So many awesome colours – I’m so envious – I’ve only veggies growing here at the moment, I need to pull my finger out and buy some actual blooms for the garden. I bet those roses smell luuuuuuuush 🙂 I’ve said it before and I’ll probably say it again – I flipping love brick walls in garden, the perfect backdrop.
    Gorgeous garden my dear – thanks for sharing. see you next weekend at BMums Live yes? x

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  8. Wow that is amazing! We have a lawn and a few pots due to the constant football and rugby playing which destroys most things. I would love to have a garden like that with all of those amazing colours. Really lovely.

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  9. Beautiful, lots of pretty colours. It must be lovely to sit out and enjoy them all in sun 🙂 x

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