At this time of year every day brings something new to discover in the garden – and this year I’m seeing our garden at hours of the day that I have fervently shunned in the past in favour of a warm bed… Advertisements
The earliest aquilegias, or granny’s bonnets, are swarming through our garden.
At the end of June, I visited a garden that has been on my wishlist for a couple of years now.
I couldn’t let May end without dedicating a post to this month’s star performers, some of which made an appearance in the mid-month review. Standing tallest are the Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata ‘Lime Sorbet’ which I raised from seed. There are nine of these dotted around the borders, clustered with cool green flowers which open …