What's Looking Good in July 2022

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  1. Logan

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    Here's a video about a hummingbird hawk moth in the UK
     
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  3. Daniel W

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    Salpiglossis
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    Some day I hope to take a good photo of the Crocosmia. They are brilliant! But somehow they don't photograph well.
     
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    Good to see your Salpinglossis . That means that they made it oké. I really like those plants.
     



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  5. Sjoerd

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    I have some time now to post a thing or two that s looking good here.

    I will begin with a Passion Flower growing on my neighbour lady's new pergola:
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    A couple of general garden shots, up front in the garden.
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    Then the small group of Daisys:
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    …and a closer look:
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    A sunflower is timeless and always one of my fav’s.
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    Of course there is this Ox’s Head Tom. It looks like an X-File to me, Scully!
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  6. Daniel W

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    That's the first time I grew that one. It's in shade. Maybe next year I should try them in the sun!
     
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    Those are all beautiful! You are also way ahead of me this year. Nice to see the beautiful flowers.
     
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    First sunflower of this year....

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    Looking great Sjeord
     
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    Lavender is out properly
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    Daniel, I grew mine in the full sun here. I hope that it will work for you.
    I am glad that you liked the flower pics

    Loggie, those lavenders are gorgeous. Those bumbles agree with me.
     
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    Thank you Daniel and Sjoerd, I've never thought of lavender as a herb and yes the bees love it.
     
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    DSC01860.JPG Bulbine frutescens :)
     
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    That's lovely @Zigs is it in the greenhouse or just outside? Also is it good for the bees?
     
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