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Katie Rush
Learner gardener reviving a neglected (by me) cottage garden
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Chris Packham 7h
A few weeks ago we exposed the ‘mysterious disappearance’ of these eagles and a week ago the fate of this Hen Harrier I politely requested some comments - here’s what I got Please RT
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Katie Rush Jul 21
Back home after a wonderful family holiday in , . It was hot, sunny & very beautiful - would def go again. Now sitting in the garden at home that needs some water & TLC. Toffee cat quite pleased to see us as well.
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Chris Packham Jul 14
This is a sad & depressing day for conservation & a dark day for all of UK shooting. The despicably cruel and brazen slaughter of this Hen Harrier on a Scottish grouse moor absolutely must herald some real action more here Please RT
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Katie Rush Jul 13
Replying to @Amazing58611
Yes I think you’re right! Thank you 😊
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Katie Rush Jul 13
Replying to @WoodlanderPaul
Oh yes that rings a bell! Thank you!
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Katie Rush Jul 13
This is my hosta & Rodgersia table at the moment but I can’t remember what the purple flowers are?! I planted the bulbs a while ago... Any suggestions??
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Katie Rush Jul 13
Replying to @cosy_my
Try rosehip from Holland & Barrett?
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Katie Rush Jul 13
Replying to @cosy_my
That’s not a slug that’s a snail 🐌??
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Katie Rush Jul 11
I've got some long sleeved gauntlet garden gloves for that kind of thing - not very trendy but v useful!
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Katie Rush Jul 9
These 2 look lovely together. Can’t get a photo that really shows it, but I’m loving the happy accident of the 2 purples together.
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Katie Rush Jul 9
Replying to @thisisus62
Thank you!
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Katie Rush Jul 9
I’m not tall enough to get the full benefit of this hydrangea! Had to get on a chair to take this photo as it’s in a raised bed. I’m tempted to move it to a better place but when would be a good time & do you think it would survive the move???
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Katie Rush Jul 8
My office for the summer now that oldest son is home from uni... 😁
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Katie Rush Jul 7
We enjoyed ourselves so much we forgot to take pics of the gardens we visited @ Willoughby Waterleys , so here’s church & roses instead. Highlights were the planting & layout of Kapalua, & fresh strawberries&cream Victoria Sponge in the village hall. 😋
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Katie Rush Jul 7
Looking forward to Willoughby Waterleys Gardens this afternoon
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Katie Rush Jul 6
Replying to @darrenlakin2
Wow - how do you stop your lupins being devoured by aphids? Our lupins are being turned into sticky stumps!!! 🙁
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Katie Rush Jul 6
Acer grisium - wonderful tree - love the colour, love the shape.
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Kate Bradbury Jul 5
If you watched and followed the story of my you may be interested in tonight, which shows the garden in full bloom. BBC Two 9.30pm. Here’s a taster of the front garden, which was beneath a layer of membrane and stones five months ago:
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Katie Rush Jul 6
Before, & ongoing progress now, with design & build from , help from gardener friends, & expertise from . Also enjoying local inspiration from real gardens & from "professional" gardens further afield eg
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karen gimson Jul 5
Infection – a Warning to Gardeners.
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