Sunday, 23 June 2013

Tower's Flowers.




Planting against the 'tower's' walls only began two-ish years ago, and already they are doing what has been asked of them.


I chose two good 'doer' Clematis for the least sunny walls, an evergreen climbing Hydrangea for the most shady, and a bog-standard Wisteria for the sunniest.


All are doing well.


And this is how the 'tower' looks today with all it's greenery in situ. I'm very happy with the result so far.


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14 comments:

  1. Good choices - the tower is blending in beautifully.

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  2. Super choices - it looks brilliant. I love the climbing hydrangea - I've put three into our garden too.

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  3. It looks superb. Bog standard, or not, I love Wisteria.

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    1. So do I. Not many flowers this year, but I have great hopes for next!

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  4. It looks gorgeous, Cro. Love that clematis!

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  5. I love that little tower. Made even better with the climbers.

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  6. Lovely choices though I've never heard of a climbing hydrangea. Wisteria is a special favourite of mine.

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  7. the blue wisteria is gorgeous.

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  8. Wisteria can take a while to flower, yours must be happy!

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  9. Looks great, so lush and green.

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  10. Gorgeous! I wish I could grow wisteria here.

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