Friday, 14 September 2018

I'm Back in Blog World

With nearly six months off blogging I'm back.

So much has happened .... I've opened my naturopathy business and loving it!
The website is live Leanne Morris Naturopath
I have a newsletter that goes out once a month totally relevant to naturopathy - you can sign up HERE

Yes I am still running the Farm Stay for Cats - my we hobby. You can keep up with the guests on their own Facebook Group Page

Spring is a coming - I cope with the tail end of winter which has been FREEZING by not even allowing myself to think spring begins on the 1st of September - but more look forward to the Spring Equinox which is about 3 weeks later.

Anyway I'm restarting the blog for selfish reasons. I want to keep an easy record of what is happening in my garden.

AND I've been bitten by the Dahlia bug..... I've brought soo many tubers and here I'll record just what I have brought.

A garden bed has been cleared ready to mass plant.

Stolze of Berlin - Pom Pom (4 tubers)
 Flowering up to 80 cm















Pink Silk (4 tubers)
Flowering 90 cm











Bristol Stripe (1 tuber)- Dinner Plate 80-120cm




Edinburgh (1 tuber) Decorative 80-120cm
















Nenekazi (1 tuber) cactus - 80- 100 cm


















Colour Spectacle - (2 tubers) - Cactus 80- 100cm


















Mango Madness (1 tuber) Decorative - 90-100cm














Alfred Grille (1 tuber) - Cactus - 80- 100 cm











Snowflake (2 tubers) Pom Pom 70-90cm


















Fleurel (1 tuber) Decorative 80-120cm


















Do share what are your favourite to grow as I believe there still is time for me to buy some.

4 comments:

  1. i'm so glad you are back!!! when you said spring was starting my heart skipped a beat until i remembered...not for me!!! i am so desperate for fall. we are still having hot humid weather and now this hurricane we bring more rain though nothing like what the south is getting. the pups and i need cool/cold weather! welcome back!

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  2. WOWZIER! Those dahlia's are magnificent! I am keen to get some deep red ones. yes still chilly here in the "winterless north".

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  3. lovely flowers and glad you are back at it, even for selfish gardening documenting reasons ;)

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  4. Welcome back!!! Congratulations for starting up your business. We hope everything goes well with the business. Love the photos of the flowers that you shared. Our favorite is the Snowflake one. Thanks for sharing the lovely photos. Have a wonderful day.
    World of Animals

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