Nature does Her Thing.

“What a joy it is to feel the soft, springy earth under my feet once more,    
to follow grassy roads that lead to ferny brooks    
where I can bathe my fingers in a cataract of rippling notes,    
or to clamber over a stone wall into green fields that    
tumble and roll and climb in riotous gladness! “

 Helen Keller

Remember last Autumn when the old compost heap on the allotment looked like this?

At the Back of the shed the old rubbish heap is going to be levelled. This is where we intend to grow our Butternut squash next year. As the allotment next to us just put his squash on old soil and left them.. They were 3 sizes bigger than ours.. So here they will have room to spread out to their hearts content :-)

Then Hubby got to work and started to dig. First digging the rectangle bed out which I was going to set flowers in and my apple trees in. 

Dug over Rubbish heap

He then dug out the compost heap and levelled it  using the old stone boarders from our front garden.

If I had wanted these nasturtiums to grow through the top of this broken old fire onion chimney they most likely wouldn’t have.. But just look at the transformation of the old compost heap..  You now see the new  overflowing compost heap contained behind the abundant Squashes and Courgettes. 

Well now it looks like this.

Some times you just have to let Nature do her Thing.

Some times you just have to let Nature do her Thing.

Flower bed2

This is the flower bed to the left which you saw in the strip of earth in the top photo

Flower Bed

The view from the top nearest the shed.

All the above flowers are within that bed. 

Along with these

Antirrhinums or Snap Dragons

Antirrhinums or Snap Dragons

Not to mention the sweetpeas we have had in abundance 

Sweetpeas Old fashioned mix just love the way the light filters through the petals and the fragrance of these are wonderful

Sweetpeas Old fashioned mix

 Also more flowers within the Allotments

Sunflowers and Marigolds and Hubby weeding

Sunflowers and Marigolds and Hubby weeding

Marigolds and Leeks

Flowers and Leeks, and Beetroot.

Enjoy all that Nature offers you.

Look after and care for each other.  

And remember the Life Force that runs through All things..

Love and Blessings for a Wonderful Week

~Sue~ 

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  1. Sue Dreamwalker
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:12:09

    Reblogged this on Dreamwalker's Garden and commented:

    Here is an Update on my Flower Garden in the allotments.

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  2. Richard Ankers
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:16:06

    Looks resplendent, Sue 🙂

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  3. Writing to Freedom
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:24:53

    Wonderful gardens Sue! 🙂

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  4. Hariod Brawn
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:25:11

    Good earth and green fingers if proof were needed! H ❤

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  5. balroop2013
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:29:25

    Lovely! True, if we care for nature, she is so liberal in giving…even if we don’t care, she continues to give. Thanks for sharing the pictures that smile!

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  6. Zarah
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:38:21

    Wow, thank you so much for sharing dear Sue, what beautiful flowers! 🙂 You are so blessed with your garden. Many of those are also very helpful as flower essences, for example Nasturtium brings back the joy of a child, and Sweet Pea helps you to feel at home on Earth (for people who find it hard to put down roots and find their place in the world). Autumn is my favourite season, it brings the full bounty of the earth.

    Have a wonderful week! ❤

    Hugs,
    Zarah

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 21:12:34

      Dear Zarah, thank you for bringing me those wonderful snippets of information about the flowers.. I used to do flower readings at one time.. I do not know if you have heard of that.. I will explain if you wish..
      But I had not heard that about the Sweetpea.. It certainly brings comfort with its fragrances… And yes Autumn is a wonderful time of year as Nature gives us her bounties 🙂 ..
      You too enjoy the rest of your week.. Love Sue ❤

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  7. Julianne Victoria
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:38:45

    Nature is truly amazing! ❤

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  8. Visionkeeper
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:47:48

    Once again you amaze me DW with your beautiful spaces and hard work! That is a great deal of space to keep up with and you guys do it so well. I know it brings great pleasure and pride to you to see what it turns into every summer. Then harvest brings the rewards of feasting and full tummies. Great work my friend. Be so proud of yourself….Hugs to you…VK ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 21:08:55

      You are right in the pleasure and pride aspect VK.. I love planning in spring how we are to lay it out.. Hubby is giving me full reins next year to plant flowers between the veggies.. I have a plan.. 🙂 and hope it works.. And yes who can fail not to enjoy Harvest time.. Many thanks VK for your encouragement and friendship.. It means a lot.. xxx Hugs Sue ❤

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  9. prenin
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:48:52

    Beautiful Sue! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  10. Trini Lind
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:50:13

    It looks so beautiful! 😊🌸🌺🌷. And the flower photos are amazing! 🌻🌹🌿🌼. I just love your garden so much!💕💕

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 21:05:39

      Awww Trini.. thank you .. I am so pleased you enjoyed the flowers.. 🙂 I am enjoying them in my hearth at the moment… I collected some large blooms before we had some heavy downpours of rain last evening.. It was torrential for a time and would have battered many.. So my room is filled with fragrance and colour.. And your comment also added beauty to my evening as I see the many new beautiful additions you have added to your comment to bring colour with you 🙂 Thank you Trini.. Love Sue xxx I am afraid all I can add back is a Heart ❤ xxx

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  11. Paul Handover
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 15:56:33

    What a green-fingered couple you are, you both deserve a long vacation. How about a relaxing holiday somewhere very rural? Southern Oregon, perhaps? 🙂

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  12. irenedesign2011
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 16:12:40

    You have a really lovely garden Sue. You are both working hard to keep it looking so beautiful. I understand that you enjoy to sit in your garden, when you take the time for that. Wish you a wonderful week.
    <3, Irene

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:59:59

      Thank you Irene… we both know how lucky we are with our plot and our home garden.. And take pleasure in appreciating the blooms in our home garden.. 🙂 You too enjoy.. And already its nearly Wednesday.. Oh my half way already. x

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  13. Karin
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 16:24:55

    Beautiful flowers! That must have been a lot of hard work.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:58:25

      The Allotments are hard work, you always have to keep on top of things or else its not long before the weeds take over ..We both enjoy it and get lost in time when up to are elbows in dirt LOL.. All well worth it though when we harvest crops 🙂 xxx lovely to see you Karin.. Thank you so much for adding your thoughts x Sue

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  14. litebeing
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 16:30:10

    The transformation is miraculous Sue. Such a delight for the eyes and the soul. You and “hubby” did an excellent job. love, Linda

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  15. natswans
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 17:02:04

    Beautiful Sue the colours of Nature the Beauty…you work so hard and leave those to produce themselves. Pays off every time. Hope you well and sending hugs
    Sheila xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:54:55

      Yes the flowers have been left to do their own thing.. And apart from put canes in to support them they have all thrived 🙂 I am very well thank you Sheila.. I hope all is well with you also.. xxx Hugs Sue x

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  16. David
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 17:06:20

    I guess everyone will know this but I can’t help remembering the nasturtiums running riot over the old cold frames of my childhood cupping the leaf in my hand and watching it turn silver when adding water! Happy memories, thank you so much for these beautiful reminders Sue. Love, David

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  17. New Bloggy Cat
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 17:40:45

    What a delightful garden! (✿◠‿◠)

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  18. Maria F.
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 19:22:31

    What miracle Sue, indeed!

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  19. europasicewolf
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 20:03:28

    Wow! You’re certainly getting to enjoy nature in all it’s abundance Sue 🙂 Beautiful! 🙂 xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 18:41:42

      Thank you Wolfie… Yes its been a good Summer for us in our allotments, and my flower bed has been a huge success.. And provided me with lots of joy 🙂 and others whom I have given flowers away to 😀

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  20. Tom Merriman
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 20:20:15

    Wonderful, Sue. Very colourful. And yes, leave Mother Nature to it and she will certainly surprise!

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  21. silentlyheardonce
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 20:33:56

    You can see lots of love and care went into your gardens. Everything looks great.

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  22. lorriebowden
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 21:12:37

    Oh…balm to my soul, Sue!!!!! Thanks for sharing this beauty…I’m so happy you get to see this every day!! ♡♡

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  23. sara
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 21:19:38

    Look at those flowers! Snapdragons, gladioli, dahlias and sunflowers – what a delight :). Is it in a community garden?

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 18:58:51

      Hi Sara, Lovely to see you. These are Allotment plots.. Which we rent. The Duke of Portland left a large amount of ground to be used for Allotments.. The plots on this piece of land are quite large each one is around 160ft long and about 45 ft wide.. and there are about 100 plots all together.
      Families rent plots and grow veggies.. Hubby and I have had a plot since our children were small.. And we grow our own veggies etc..
      This year is the first time I have grown so many flowers. And I am Happy with it as are the Bees 🙂 xxx ❤

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  24. Val Boyko
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 21:25:00

    Passion + hard work + nature = fulfillment and beauty. The best of all worlds.
    Thank you for sharing your amazing garden Sue.
    Sweet peas bring back such sweet memories for me when I was young 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 19:00:50

      Thank you Val… yes sweet peas are one of my favourites too .. And my Granddad would grow them in his allotment too.. And i have fond memories of picking them for my Grandma tied with string ( as I do now ) and shelling peas on her doorstep 🙂 And the fragrance is out of this world xx

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  25. Kentucky Angel
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 21:54:22

    Sue, how beautiful it all is. Nature has provided well, and the added flowers are a bonus from the Mother for all the hard work you and Hubby have done. So lovely this year, and so productive. Enjoy the fruits of your labor now, and you have a wonderful week also. Hugs, A.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 19:02:51

      Yes I love to have a Vase of flowers in my home Angie, and so this is why I decided to grow more for cut flowers.. Many thanks for your visit and I will pass onto Hubby your Well done remarks.. he does all the heavy work 🙂 while I am good at weeding and hoeing and picking lol 🙂

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  26. marina kanavaki
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 22:54:43

    Ah, indeed Nature does her thing, but hand in hand with you! Because what I see is love overflowing. You’ve smiled and she smiled back! Look at the beauty you’ve created! A wonderful week to you too, my dear Sue! 🙂 love & hugs 🙂 xx

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  27. Mark Lanesbury
    Aug 24, 2015 @ 23:20:07

    Beautiful Sue. The bee’s will love you…and your garden 😀

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  28. Ka Malana@Fiestaestrellas.com
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 00:54:19

    Oh my goodness, Sue ❤ Your garden is leaping with color! I am especially drawn to the Sweetpeas, but it's difficult to say that because yes your Nasturiums, Dahlias, Snap Dragons (nose-shaped! How neat!)… They all look so good 🙂 Our Nasturiums are not the same this year. I really don't know why. Since I don't grow them in soil, there's nothing to adjust. I wonder if it's possible they are getting too much light. Usually, I do like to add them (Nasturiums) into my salads.

    I'm so glad you had a peaceful weekend, and thanks for my stroll around your lovely garden. xo Ka

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  29. DG MARYOGA
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 01:12:35

    So much beauty in your garden and your heart,dear Sue!Nature does Her Thing and is so generous to those who respect it.Amazed by the spectacular outcome,all of your plants and flowers are really thriving in your blessed land!Have a splendid week ahead,my lovely friend!Much love & Hugs,Doda 🙂 ❤ xxx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 19:45:59

      Yes I was really pleased that the tubas from last year have grown so well and the Asters and Snapdragons grown from seed are so colourful..
      I also have Wall flowers and Sweet Williams growing for the Spring of next year ready to plant out in the Autumn. 🙂 Many thanks Doda.. Enjoy your week also xxx ❤

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  30. Superduque777
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 03:29:31

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  31. Barbara Franken
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 07:09:12

    Magnificent transformation, I love it when nature takes its course, all the wild flowers and the flower fairies… English flowers in abundance is what I remember in my family garden, my parents are keen gardeners too… take care, sue Love Barbara x

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  32. pommepal
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 10:56:28

    That is an allotment that is both productive and beautiful Sue.

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  33. Rajagopal
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 12:47:27

    Transformation of barren earth into an abundance of greens and flowers is a magical outcome of soil care by loving hands, clearly pointing to equally colourful outcome if one’s soul is tendered with as much care, Sue. I am reminded of mundane transforming to marvelous, the conscious water seeing its Creator, and blushing into wine…warm hugs and best wishes to you and yours… Raj.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:18:35

      What beautiful words you write Raj..I am always delighted to see your own wisdom planted here my friend.. 🙂 And I thank you so much for your compliments… Lots of Love is poured into it.. We both get transformed into another world when we are in the allotments garden 🙂 And experience Peace
      Blessings Sue

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  34. lavendermoongirlblog
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 16:24:46

    The abundance of colourful flowers are amazing Sue. I love the Snap dragons and the soft focus of those gorgeous Sweet Peas, which I can enjoy their perfume from my armchair! Mine were perfumed but not very abundant this year:-) x

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:23:16

      Yes alot of others have said the same about their sweetpeas.. I think because we planted on rich soil over the compost heap which Hubby levelled is the factor, plus we watered well.
      Its also part sunny and shade behind the sheds, and I would be picking them every day and giving small bunches of them away to neighbours.. The more you cut them the more that come.. I have some in my home garden and they are in a tub.. They haven’t had as many on as the one’s in the allotment, but have produced long stems.. :-).. I love their fragrance too LG.. xxx Hugs your way.. x

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  35. suzicate
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 17:44:08

    Nature knows all about beauty and bounty, and she makes it look easy!

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  36. Lois
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:22:00

    Sue, your allotment is looking so lovely. Look at all those flowers you have blooming. Has this been a good year for your edible gardens too?

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:40:08

      Oh Yes Lois it has.. but we have been so busy I forgot to take as many photo’s of the picked produce . And a lot is already frozen 🙂 such as Beans Broccoli Cauliflower, We have had loads of berries, Loganberries, Black currents, Raspberries and I have had a good crop this year for the first time on 3 bushes of Blueberries.. 🙂 Kale and Chard coming out of our ears as is the beetroot 🙂 .. And have given lots away and exchanged flowers for ripe tomatoes from another allotmenteer 🙂 ALL good! xxx

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  37. stephensmustang1
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:37:07

    Absolutely beautiful.

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  38. Dalo 2013
    Aug 25, 2015 @ 20:55:18

    ‘Letting nature do her thing’ – that is just perfect!

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  39. stillsearching2
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 02:41:46

    Stunning garden, Sue. Love the orange!

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  40. Eddie Two Hawks
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 15:00:50

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! How delightful and heart warming it is to witness the results of your hard work combined with nature’s magnificent and incredible beauty.

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  41. Genie
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 17:42:49

    Spectacular transformation, well done!

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  42. rajdolan sweet lover forever&forevers
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 19:46:57

    Beautiful. ..

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  43. Wendy Gillissen
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 20:29:28

    Wow, what an abundance of flowers! Loving the Snapdragons and Courgette flowers and… and… just lovely! You must be so happy! ☺ xxx

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  44. AmyRose🌹
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 23:27:45

    I had no idea how extensive your gardens are, Sue. Wow!!! I am impressed. I KNOW the work involved in gardens. Good for you!!! Love, Amy ❤

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  45. kowkla123
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 13:07:33

    Liebe Sue, lange nichts von dir gelesen, wünsche einen guten Tag

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  46. CMSmith
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 15:50:26

    What a lovely transformation. And you titled this well. I am always amazed by nature doing her thing.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 28, 2015 @ 15:53:30

      Thank you, yes the flowers I planted the seeds and bulbs etc and left them to it.. 🙂 I have not long come from the allotments and now a wonderful bouquet stands in my hearth. 🙂 for the weekend.. I am blessed 🙂

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  47. valentinelogar
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 16:36:47

    Sometimes you make my heart simply thread joy through needles.

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  48. silentlyheardonce
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 16:48:14

    http://wp.me/p28tjX-1Bw Hi Sue, I’m participating in an easy challenge. That is the only reason I’m taking part. You can join or not totally up to you. Hugs.

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  49. dgkaye
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 20:11:14

    How beautiful to see the fruits of your labour Sue. The flowers are gorgeous. I remember how much I used to love watching the flowers grow in my garden that I had nurtured. I don’t have a house anymore, so thanks for sharing yours. xo ❤

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  50. The Emu
    Aug 30, 2015 @ 02:24:52

    I have trouble trying to work out how you have time to create such an abundant and beautiful garden Sue, am sure those flowers pop up and bloom at the sound of your voice.
    Absolutely gorgeous.
    Best wishes for a beautiful Sunday.

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  51. jacksjottings
    Aug 30, 2015 @ 03:53:08

    Your garden is a pleasure to see.
    It reminds me of my child hood before white people learned to appreciate the native plants.
    All these lovely flowers and plants I see in your garden my mother grew.
    Some were a real challenge but others like Sweet Peas, Snap Dragons, I used to called the Puppy Dog flowers.
    The Nasturtiums are like pumpkins the way they can run wild.
    That is what I love to see nature lending her creative hand.
    She is not into ordered https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8ntiVQnuVo still it is all good.
    As long as we sow good seed and take care of it we will benefit.
    You and your husband have shown us a treasure.
    I hope it inspires others to get out and enjoy natures garden._/\_

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 30, 2015 @ 13:31:11

      Dear Jack..
      I am happy you enjoyed our garden. And it brought back the memory of the flowers your Mother grew.
      Thank you so much for that beautiful choir and slide show of Australia Jack. I think our hearts are where our homes are no matter where we live… We enjoy growing, especially the veggies.. This year I wanted more flowers so my hubby said you can use the strip down the side of the allotments for this.. Next year I hope to try something different. I hope to plant veggies and flowers in between.. I went to Chatsworth House recently in Derbyshire.. ( I grew up a few miles from there so I know it and have visited the land around it often ) But this time we paid to go into their gardens.. and such a delightful mix of flowers and veggies happily growing in their very large kitchen garden. My inspiration for this method of planting comes from seeing theirs.. So hubby is letting me have the reins for planning next years lay out.. 🙂 I am excited about that..
      Many thanks Jack for your encouragement.. I hope it inspires others to nurture their gardens too _/\_ Sue

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      • jacksjottings
        Sep 02, 2015 @ 03:39:06

        Wonderful I am looking forward to seeing how it looks when you get it all established. Some vegies and flowers assist each other when grown together.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Sep 02, 2015 @ 14:21:38

          They do… I am going to be looking into it in more depth over our winter Jack.. and look into complimentary planting methods.. As one aids the other etc with bugs etc.. 🙂 I hope you are well.. I have been scheduling more posts and enjoying more time out with Nature to do my thing!! _/\_ lol

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          • jacksjottings
            Sep 03, 2015 @ 12:14:10

            I know that Marigolds roots protect plants from nematodes but I would have to revise my knowledge on the subject as it is a long time since I had a decent size vegie garden.
            I am pleased you are spending more time in the garden and other hobbies. Our blogs should take second place, as they have little impact on the major problems in the world.
            I have now recovered, back doing all the physical activities. To day I can boast, I was awarded the outstanding member of the month at the World Gym.
            Young fit people say I am an inspiration to them. To inspire others in worthwhile things is a noble achievement that pleases me.
            May your garden florish. _/\_

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              Sep 03, 2015 @ 15:34:58

              Yes we plant a few marigolds around in between veggies Jack.. And I am thrilled that you are now recovered and were presented with that outstanding member award… ‘Outstanding’ indeed you are Jack… Congratulations.. You inspire me my friend… A I thank you for your well wishes on our Garden 🙂 Many thanks _/\_

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  52. Ruth Nina Welsh
    Aug 31, 2015 @ 08:04:36

    What a treat all the flowers are Sue! Such a beautiful post. I’m sorry my pic has not come up. This is the little problem I’m having with WordPress!! Lots of love to you Sue xxxx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 31, 2015 @ 12:14:32

      No worried Ruth..about your picture although I think many are experiencing various hick-ups with WP over various things.. Its just lovely to have you comment and so pleased you enjoyed 🙂 Hugs right back to you Ruth x

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  53. Wendell A. Brown
    Aug 31, 2015 @ 18:24:13

    Your beautiful flowers made my day Sue….thanks for the smile! Hugs!

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  54. insearchofitall
    Sep 03, 2015 @ 07:33:40

    Wow!!! What a transformation. I can only aspire to such a touch of heaven.

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