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Jo's August 2018 post

Hello Everyone So the rain arrived eventually and we all survived the hottest summer we've had for some time. I'm always amazed at how quickly the grass recovers. There is a lot of regeneration going on at Myddelton and I think we will be getting another burst of colour in the borders through the Autumn. First of all this month I'd like to thank Dr Roger Holland and Mr Peter Dreblow who both helped solve the mystery of the white flowered teasel for me. The usual one we see in the garden is the lilac flowered teasel, Dipsacus fullonum. The white flowered teasel is Dipsacus laciniatus and it is rarely seen so I was very pleased to have taken photographs and include it in my newsletter. The wea

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