Spring bulbs are continuing to give a lot of pleasure in the garden. A surprising number of them are blue.
The rosemary has had flowers since November but there have never been quite as many as there are now.
Iris reticulata ‘Harmony’, I increased their numbers this year and love this view along the upper slope path
The ones in the foreground have been there for several years but those behind were planted last autumn.
The light shining through the petals of the crocus is so uplifting.
I find the perfume of hyacinths in the house too strong but in the garden they are perfect, plus their strong form can be appreciated from inside the house.
Anemone coronaria ‘Mr Fokker’
Anemone coronaria ‘Mr Fokker’ makes an ideal contrast with the inflorescence of Euphorbia rigida.
Anemone coronaria ‘Mr Fokker’ behind and a self sown seedling that looks like it is a cross between Mr. Fokker and Syphide
It is nice to see that the Anemone coronaria are crossing with each other producing new colours to enjoy.
What plants in your garden cross with each other to produce new colouration?
Today more of the snow has disappeared but remains is hard crusty ice! The peas and broad beans remain completely buried under their blanket of snow; the Pak Choi under its cover of fleece looks fine. More snow is forecast during the night followed by rain and a rise in temperature so hopefully these will be the last of the images of my snowy garden ( I do hope I’m not talking too soon). All the images were taken yesterday 27th February. Continue reading
In Monday’s post I mentioned that the weather forecast was for rain but that it was a lovely sunny morning. Continue reading