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photoblog image Flowers in my garden

Flowers in my garden

One for the weekend to be cheerful, taken with Mr Pig's little Fuji.


We had some flooding in Droitwich on Thursday and the Butcher's in Queen Street was one of the places affected. At this time I don't know if this is going to have a detrimental effect on production of the Droitwich sausage

Flowers in my garden

One for the weekend to be cheerful, taken with Mr Pig's little Fuji.


We had some flooding in Droitwich on Thursday and the Butcher's in Queen Street was one of the places affected. At this time I don't know if this is going to have a detrimental effect on production of the Droitwich sausage

comments (19)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Jun 2012, 01:03
Lovely montage, Bill, and kind of Old Eb to lend you his instrument which evidently has not run out of colour after all.

What do you have for the BBQ if the sausage is "off"?
Bill Phillips: I am hopeful that the Droitwich banger will be fully restored by the time i return from Hampton court
Tell Angie that she has kept the garden in good shape.
Bill Phillips: Actually neither of us can claim any credit as they are all self seeded!
Snapdragons and Foxgloves- always such a colorful display! Lovely collage Bill!!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Elizabeth. All of them are self seeded!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Jun 2012, 06:41
Very pretty flowers, keep me updated regards flooding and sausages
Bill Phillips: the flood has receded and it looks as if production will resume soon. I am hopeful that by the time i return from Hampton Court all will be well
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Jun 2012, 09:37
What's all this nice colour - where's da Pig! Enjoy Hampton - I seem to recall parking was a nightmare, but that was long ag.
Bill Phillips: don't know if we get a parking space as exhibitor. I'm not driving so not my problem!
Look like weeds to me, they need pulling out.Please dont take a camera to Hampton Court, we all know what it looks like , you would just destroy the place with your feeble images.ps send some sausages up north running out of them up here.
Bill Phillips: A weed is any plant growing where you don't want it. These are free and thus wanted and, therefore, not weeds. I'll bring you some Droitwich Sausages if I ever lose my mind completely and come to Blackpool
  • Pedroeric
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Jun 2012, 10:34
You have a colourful garden Bill and if they have any spoiled one's will have them down here.
Bill Phillips: They even seeded themselves by colour!
Wonderful display! Several people(myself included) do not have digitalis in the garden this year. Winter damage, I guess. I enjoy seeing these.
Bill Phillips: They seem to have prospered here this year but next year there wont be many as there aren't many first year ones about
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 30 Jun 2012, 18:04
a fine collection of beautiful flowers (Fingerhut/Digitalis...) - you must own a lovely, well cared for garden - yes, I heard of the flooding in some parts of England, unfortunately - but we enjoyed a lot of fascinating gardens with much sun, sometimes a bit too hot, a few showers, a short thunderstorm and gorgeous clouds - I was happy with the weather).
Bill Phillips: Pleased you had some good weather Philine. The mixture of rain and sun has turned my garden into a little jungle!!
Excellent collage. I hope Droitwich returns to normal soon.
Bill Phillips: We had some bad flooding in 2007 but this was only on a small scale, than goodness!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Jun 2012, 19:20
All very colourful; compliments to your gardeners. My own garden seems be mainly yellow from the dandelions. Bad news about the butcher's and the Droitwich sausage. I trust Red Cross aid is available?
Bill Phillips: I am hopeful that full production will be resumed shortly
A very nicely kept garden Bill. Lovely collage!
Keep us informed about the sausages production.
Bill Phillips: I am hopeful that any loss of production will be very temporary
Splendid blooms, must be all that water
Bill Phillips: I think it probably is John.
Passed a sign saying "Droitwich" on my way north from Plymouth on Friday - didn't believe it of course smile Lovely assemblage!
Bill Phillips: You were wise not to believe Tom. It doesn't exist
Passed a sign saying "Droitwich" on my way north from Plymouth on Friday - didn't believe it of course smile Lovely assemblage!
Bill Phillips: I have a feeling of Deja Vue
The flowers are doing well even if we aren't. Lovely collage of your garden Bill
Bill Phillips: Looks like Summer is passing us by this year!
A fine display. Do you need food parcels? Concerned.
Bill Phillips: Hahahaha. It looks as if the butchers was not too badly affected and that sausage production should recommence soon
A fine selection of flowers Bill.
Lovely garden Bill. Excellent collage!

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