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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day in my winter July 2013

I did not want to miss another Bloom Day! There is always something blooming here and wanted to join in again, so no one will think that I have closed my garden gate. Even though there is not a lot to see, I love the blooms that are coming through now – my favourite Borage and the sunny Calendula daisy. The worst of winter is passing and the days are getting longer. We’ve had soggy days and sun-drenched days – bone-chilling days and balmy days!  Winter days are for wrapping up warmly and watching the garden sleep. But I can even boast growing a few seedlings! I look forward to visiting all the summery gardens this July Bloom Day!

Here’s what’s blooming in Barbie’s garden in July 2013






[one_half]Potato Bush[/one_half]






[one_half_last]Snow Drop[/one_half_last]


[one_half_last]Barrow of blommies[/one_half_last]

[one_half]New Lupins[/one_half]

[one_half_last]More calendula[/one_half_last]

About Garden Bloggers Bloom Day

Join Carol and friends over at May Dreams Gardens to see what other gardeners around the world have blooming in July! And if you haven’t joined yet and have some blooms you’d like to show off, please join in the fun of showcasing your blooms! We’d love to see what YOU have blooming in your garden right now!

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Happy gardening xxx

By Barbara

Country living is the best! Being a true spirit of the earth, my garden is all about vegetables and fruit trees and herbs and chickens roaming free. I was keen to really start gardening when we moved to Philadelphia in 2005, but not your typical suburban-type garden – sterile and bug-free! I wanted an edible garden.

5 replies on “Garden Bloggers Bloom Day in my winter July 2013”

Haa! 🙂 I would love rabbits but that would leave me with an empty veggie patch! 🙂
The mice get to the smaller ones! I see that they eat my marigolds so I have stopped planting them. How did your garden sale go?

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