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  • Not so many flowers to cut now (wish I'd grown some late asters)

    Rudbeckia 'cherry brandy', and crocosmia 'sunrise'
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    • We've got severe gales forecast for tonight, so I thought I'd go up to the allotment and cut a few flowers before they get ruined by the wind. Amazed to find so many plants still in bloom in October.
      Here's my pickings - sunflowers, calendula, verbena, rudbeckia, salvia viridis, nigella, ox-eye daisy, cosmos and sweet pea.
      The salvia viridis is the bright blue flower in the left foreground, its from the sage family and the blue 'flowers' are actually leaves. My first year of growing it and I really recommend it.
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      • white glads from the shop



        ie not white at all
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        All gardeners know better than other gardeners." -- Chinese Proverb.

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