Today I have a right old mix of bits and pieces from the garden to share with you. The garden planting only began this Winter and so most are a little behind and still not blooming in the way that they one day will. That there are flowers at all to show you is very pleasing for me as I have inherited not a sausage; the garden was a paddock for the goats, and to be honest they would have eaten the sausage too.
In my vase I have orange Sparaxis, the first bloom from what I hope will be a cutting bed. There is Geum ‘Mrs Bradshaw’ Astrantia ‘Roma’ a mix of Aquilegia brought from my last garden. There is a Purple Sensation Allium a bit of Geranium Johnsons Blue. And there are some flags thanks to the French Lavender and pale pale yellow from the Tiarella of the Liz variety, so called by me, after the kind donation of seedlings.
So that’s it folks, a sneak preview of what is happening in my garden. I hope you approve and of course, as always , now take a look at Cathy’s blog, Ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com/01/06/2105/in-a-vase-on-monday/pink-and-proud-of-br />