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Gailardia - both annual and perennial - bright cheerful colours, with smiling faces.
Also elegant galtonia - I have planted some for the first time this year but have always admired them, and of course Glads, this year I have byzantinus sprouting.
I am sorry no pictures as all these are tiny newbies in garden.
Gorse - not in garden, but it always looks so bright on moorland
Don't know why I didn't say grass - see avatar - Carex Bronzita. Lovely year round colour and it ripples when the wind blows it.
Unfortunately since the photo dog has discovered it's also soft to lie on
I like most geraniums, this is 'Bill Wallis',
and because I have to share some of our wild life, a grass snake
Uncle Verdun can do anything. Even type in his sleep. I am a big fan of geums. I have a lovely orange one.
I once saw a plant at an open garden artjak, geum-like flower, orange but taller and more open growth than X borisii (might not have got that spelling right). Do you know what that might have been? The gardener didn't
Nut C; Oh my gosh I was at a big plant auction yesterday with a neighbour who wanted to fill gaps in her huge herbacious border and I am sure I saw what you are describing, but sadly did not write down the name as we were going for geums for the front of the border. But Uncle Verdun will know I am sure
Great pic of dog enjoying the grass Matty.
Is that pic of snake from your garden nutcutlet?
Thanks artjak, I'll see if Verdun knows.
Yes Bev, home grown.
Took the pic and then told him off
greenhouse, good one chicky, wouldn't be without mine.