Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Wordless Wednesday ~ Camouflage In The Making


13 comments:

  1. So pretty, such a beautiful colour. I wonder what you're trying to hide.

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    1. The flowers are cream Jo with hints of a subtle pale green and are most pretty. I'm trying to hide the gabion wall behind :)

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    2. Whatever for? I think the gabion wall is a feature in itself.

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  2. I'm not sure I understand the title of your post but the white flowers are lovely - are they chaenemoles (spelling)!

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  3. The title is a reference to my hopes that the plant will cover some of the wall behind it Elaine :)
    You are are right it is indeed a chaenomeles - in this case chaenomeles speciosa 'Yukigoten'. It has only gone in very recently so it may be some time before it does the job.

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  4. A lovely colour - I have a pinkish variety grown from a pip years ago

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  5. Oh I thought it was a chaenomeles, Anna, but I have never seen one that colour - how beautiful!

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  6. It's a beauty and I'm sure one that will only get better with age.

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  7. I have never seen a cream coloured quince flower before! It is so lovely. Does it also have its thorny side though?

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  8. Such a gorgeous variety, amazing colour! Katie x

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  9. Lovely flowers, the best kind of camouflage!

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All your comments are much appreciated and treasured. I wil try to reply to everyone who leaves a comment, but it may take me a few days, especially when I start spending more time in the garden and at the lottie. I know that you will understand :) I am sure that I will also visit your blog if I have not already done so. If you have any specific questions I will either reply to them here or you can email me at : thegreentapestry@gmail.com

Namasté

- Anna.