What's Looking Good in April 2022

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  1. Logan

    Logan Hardy Maple

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    Thanks Zigs, yes on clay soil.:)
     
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  2. Zigs

    Zigs In Flower

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    Anything organic you can spread as mulch will help, even shredded cardboard :)

    More hedge flowers today :)

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  3. Logan

    Logan Hardy Maple

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  4. Zigs

    Zigs In Flower

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    Tetters will know which this one is :whistling:

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  5. Droopy

    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    These ones look good to me now. Corydalis solida "White Knight", Erythronium hendersonii, and Adonis amurensis plena.
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  6. Sjoerd

    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    What a lovely sight, Droopske. That will brighten up anyone’s day.
     
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  7. Tetters

    Tetters In Flower

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    That is Lonicera tatarica. I pinched a cutting when we visited the Isle of Sheppey off Kent one day.:scheming: We used to grow the shrub honeysuckle at work .
     
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  8. Melody Mc.

    Melody Mc. In Flower

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    @Droopy - these are so beautiful. I could look at them all day, especially the cheery yellow one.
     
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  9. Logan

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    Apple blossom, the frost hasn't got to it this year so should have a lot of cookers.
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  10. Zigs

    Zigs In Flower

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    Hope there's a good crop Logan :)

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    Shawchert In Flower

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    My hydrangeas are alive!!!!!
     
  12. Logan

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  13. Zigs

    Zigs In Flower

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    Hedgeflowers are taking over the new water butts :D

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    And it looks like there's a new Song Thrush around :)

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  14. Zigs

    Zigs In Flower

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    Jack-by-the-hedge

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    marlingardener Mighty Oak

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    After the terrible snow/ice storm just over a year ago, we thought we'd lost several roses, including our climbing Clytemnestra. She survived, gave us one bloom last year, and this year is blossoming like mad. We did lose three roses, but are so grateful the others survived.
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