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False Bay garden in November

   by Diana Studer - gardening for biodiversity   in Cape Town, South Africa   Gathering up last month's flowers. It seems we had enough winter rain to encourage them. Yellow starflower Hypoxis hemerocallidea in two pots from our first garden.   Hypoxis hemerocallidea That was another not gardening month - we lost the first two weeks to 'lurgy. Today's photos look back at November for Through the Garden Gate Down by the Sea in Dorset with Sarah . Chosen to fit our small garden Bauhinia bowkeri white flowers and the butterfly leaves I love. Those flowers are still, way above my head!   Bauhinia bowkeri The sunnier one already fading, but the deeply shaded one is still in bud. Lemoenbos covered in lemon butter yellow flowers Psychotria capensis .   Psychotria capensis  Ivy pelargonium - raspberry came with the garden, white I bought for myself   Ivy pelargoniums Our new neighbour has begun carving down his glooming hedge. Better for his solar geyse

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