Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Salesian gardens, Chertsey

With absolutely no rains for more than a month, all the meadows and lawns in the country are brown!  Our lawn at Salesian gardens was never really fully green, so one can imagine what it would look like!  However some plants and flowers are still not just surviving but thriving... of course, with some watering every alternate days. 
Wild sweet peas in the front yard
These wild sweet peas are far better and vibrant than the official 'garden' sweet peas!


The bottle brush flower


 This big leaf hydrangea are the best as of now.  Having transplanted the plant from the pot to the ground has paid off richly!  To see the bloom feels so uplifting!

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