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'Summer Lovin'

We have been experiencing some glorious weather in recent weeks - although this has been lovely (minus the afternoon I was caught without sun cream), it can take a toll on our gardens. It has therefore been incredibly important to keep our plants hydrated. I noticed that my Hydrangea was looking a little worse for wear after an incredibly hot day last week. After a thorough drink it was looking much recovered. Luckily here in Worcestershire we have also encountered some heavy rain - which was much appreciated, freeing me of my watering can duties in the evenings.

However, during days and evenings when the sunshine has been beaming down on us, it has been lovely to sit out in the garden with friends, drinks and the compulsory BBQ.

My garden has evolved greatly over the past few months - tidying, cleaning and planting. I have also made it a little more 'cosy' with solar lighting, candles, wind chimes, fire pit and BBQ!

It looks a little different to September last year when we …

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