Social isolation gives us an opportunity to work in our own gardens.

Here is a selection of images from Maghull in Bloom volunteers

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garden collage: Chris Barnett

fire buckets:  Tony Robertson

camellia: Sheila McGuinness

tree peony:  John Hill

exochorda macrantha: John Hill

erythronium: John Hill

pansy: Sheila Robertson

tulip: John Hill

japanese acer: John Hill

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weigela: Anne Hill

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daffodil. primrose and apple blossom: Chris Riley

clematis montana: Anne Hill

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forsythia: Pat King

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clematis: Pat King

quince:  John Hill

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two clematis:  John Hill

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poppy:  John Hill

three pictures by Chris Riley:  pansies, strawberries and a yellow flower that I know but cannot put a name to.  What is it Chris? Please!

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five more photographs from Chris's garden, one of which shows what you can do with rhubarb

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Betty's tulips have run riot this year

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rambling rose: Anne

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clematis Nelli Moser:  Pat King