Monday, 22 June 2015

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day June 2015

It's been a busy old time, what with taking over the nursery and being there full time, but we have achieved a huge amount but more of that in another post. So what is flowering in my own garden? Here is a photographic round up of what's looking good. Thanks to May Dream Gardens for hosting Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.

Aliium giganteum

Asphodelus luteus

Geranium phaeum 'Mourning Widow'

Luzula nivea

Mixed Violas

A pretty pale lilac Aquilegia seedling

Persicaria bistorta 'Superba' and Primula pulverulaent

Primula alpicola

Ranunculus aconitifolius pleniflora

Rubus 'Benaden'

Saxifraga 'Spotted Dog'

Chaerophyllum hirsutum var roseum

Euphorbia polychroma


Polygonatum hookeri

Tiarella 'Morning Star'

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4 comments:

  1. Oh I can see some familiar friends Rona :) That rubus looks rather tempting. Off to find out more forthwith.

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    1. Hi Anna, woefully behind reading other blogs, I will get there, hopefully. The Rubus is well worth growing, hardy and lovely big flowers. It grows to 5-6 feet with flowers up to 3 inches across. :)

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  2. I noticed your name on another blog and was intrigued so came over for a visit. Beautiful photos! I have just moved to a climate where I can at last plant my English inspired garden so I think I will come over for more visits in the future.
    Cath@Home

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  3. Hi Cath, thank you for visiting and commenting, good luck with your garden plans, we have such a varied climate here in Scotland, sometimes it varies by 10C a day, sunshine and heat one day, cold and hails stones the next. But it does mean we can grow a huge variety of plants :)

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