Thought you all might like to have a gander. Nothing special, just made sumptuous by the extraordinary amount of rain we've had!
Transplanted this clematis this year after about 8 years struggling in a pot. This is it's first sprouts which look really healthy and I'm hoping for spectacular growth this summer. It's called Josephine!
A lovely mix of wild bluebells that were in a friend's garden. Their whole area is 'infested' with the legacy from the original heathland that was built on some 50 years ago! Everyone there digs up the bulbs and bins them! So I took some and here's the result! Fantastic!
Blue flowers are aquilegia butI have no idea what the plant to the left is.
Behind is forthsythia and honeysuckle
My new pathway - been waiting to do this for years!
Corner by my kitchen window - lilac, aquilegia and young self-seeded foxgloves!
One side of my garden with loads of thyme (white) and London Pride (pink). There is also night scented stock right hand side.
Daisees' garden 2012 version!
Blog entry posted by Daisies, Jun 4, 2012.
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