May 2018

Well after what seemed like a slow start to spring in the garden it’s finally catching up. Here are just a few blooms from the garden.

Some of my clematis.

Pleased with the aqugelia blue star, I grew this from seed, it was the only one to survive!

Black Barlow has done well too.

Very pleased with some more the colour combinations.

Good to see plum pudding poppy again.

These three pics are of the border that’s under the fruit trees,so it’s at its best now, lots of self seeded aqugelia and foxglove.

This last one is in the main border,white rose, place pink peony and pale pink aqugelia, it should look lovey when the peony flowers.

5 Responses

  1. gertie says:

    It already looks lovely Lynn … what a gorgeous collection of colours and flowers. You have a lovely garden and so much well used SPACE :lol: :walt: :dance: Love it :good: :rose:

  2. Gorgeous blooms, Lynn! You should be really pleased with how it all looks :rose:

  3. VegVamp says:

    Wow, that all looks wonderful Lynn, you should be delighted, well done. :good: The colour of that Black Barlow is gorgeous, can I be very cheeky and ask you to keep me some seed please? :blowkiss:

  4. cilla says:

    What lovely blooms Lynn, it is all looking really good, you must be pleased. :-) I love the aquilegias and must replace mine which seem to have hybridised.

  5. Hayley says:

    Well done Lynn, the colour combos are great! I particularly like the pink Foxglove with the Black Barlow but it’s all gorgeous…and breathe… :love:

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