It seems the garden has gone crazy, everywhere I look there is an abundance of flowers. Now, as well as weeding, there is deadheading to do and I can barely keep up with it all. Every new day brings more delights with buds opening into beautiful flowers left, right and centre, it is a question of where do I start this post?
I’ll start with the Wisteria that I thought we had lost about 20 yrs ago! All of a sudden I found these beautiful flowers by the garage, so it hadn’t died after all!
Nectaroscordum bulgaricum seem to like it in the front border as they are increasing.
Solomon’s seal is another plant that is increasing nicely in all the places where I have it.
Such a beautiful bearded iris with a perfume to match. no name I’m afraid, bought at a sale in the village.
One of a few Dutch Iris that are looking good at the moment.
Iris sibirica Butter and Sugar, at last we had some rain!
In the pond itself Iris laevigata Variegata.
When is my Chaenomeles going to stop flowering, it’s 7 months now!
The beautiful oriental poppies have started strutting their stuff!
Papaver Patty’s Plum in all her gorgeousness!
English Iris are putting on a good display in the front.
Foxgloves have taken over one of the veggie beds, I hadn’t the heart to take them out.
Sambucus Black Lace has such beautiful flowers contrasting with the foliage.
Geum Totally Tangerine is another plant that flowered all winter and is now going mad, so many flowers!
The perfume from Philadelphus coronarius Aureus wafts beautifully across the garden, catching you unawares.
Thalictrum aquilegiifolium is happy flowering in the woodland.
Clematis Lasurstern has lovely large flowers by the conservatory.
Campanula poscharskyana is climbing the walls.
More huge flowers are opening each day on Zantedeschia eathiopica in the bog garden.
I’ve just done posts about roses and candelabra primulas, so I will spare you photos of those again, even though they provide a lot of the colour in the garden at the moment.
Thanks must go to Carol for hosting Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day each month, please visit her at May Dreams Gardens to see flowers from around the world.