Several years ago, my mum and I raised several plants of Oenothera odorata from seed. Advertisements
Pinch punch, the first of the month… and Happy St David’s Day to one and all from not-so-sunny South Wales.
As summer draws towards a close, these are some of my highlights from the borders.
In the spring, I found myself captivated by a container planting scheme in a magazine.
Spring is in full throttle, and I’m enjoying our under-storey planting.
March is a month of changes.
January is drawing to a close already, and I am still rather conspicuous by my absence here in the blogosphere.
The garden is certainly taking something of a backseat this year… but there have been some changes.
There are many plants and combinations that are making me smile in our garden this week. Here are three that have caught my eye – and the camera.
Regular visitors to this blog may have noticed that I am particularly fond of purple flowers, and also rather a fan of salvias.