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Tag Archives: brunnera
Six on Saturday. 25.3.2023
We have had another week of rain, with little bits of sunshine, but not very much, in between downpours of torrential proportions. Needless to say , parts of my garden are flooded once more. There is plenty of colour though … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged anemone blanda, brunnera, Narcissus St. Patricks Day, Primula rosea, Scilla sibirica, Species tulips 16 Comments
A Golden Glow for September GBFD.
When the curtains are first drawn back in a morning, the light is different, there is a golden glow now which is so different from a couple of weeks ago. The leaves are starting to turn colour and with all … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Acer, Amelanchier, autumn, autumn tints, brunnera, Fern, Hosta, pittosportum, pontaderia, stachys, succulents, zantedeschia 24 Comments
July Foliage for GBFD.
Foliage day seems to have come round again so soon, so in a break from the rain (on the 18th of this month) I photographed as much as I could, starting with one of my favourites, Rosa glauca which is … Continue reading
New Shoots Everywhere. GBFD.
I have used this months Garden Bloggers Foliage Day to concentrate on all the new shoots that are bursting everywhere around the garden. Lots of plants have been cut back and buds are now opening with a promise of what … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged actinidea, Allium, Arum, Berberis, brunnera, Buddleja, caltha, Colchicum, euphorbia, fritillaria, hemerocallis, hydrangea, Lonicera, meconopsis, milleum, paeony, philadelphus, physocarpus, pulmonaria, rheum, rose. y, Spirea, Viburnum, yew 16 Comments
What’s flowering in April.
At last the mad rush of blooms brought on by our sudden heat wave seems to be slowing down. We are working in T shirts and retreating into the shade with ice creams to try and cool off – not … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged akebia, brunnera, celandine, cowslips, Cyclamen, dicentraclematis, epimedium, erythronium, lamium, marsh marigold, muscari, tulips 5 Comments
And still they come.
Wave after wave of beautiful flowers in such a mixture of colours, it seems a never ending rainbow is marching across the garden
Posted in News Tagged bergenia, brunnera, corydalis, cowslips, fritillaria, hyacinth, muscari, narcissus, primulas, pulmonaria, snowdrop, wood anemone Comments Off on And still they come.