Posted: 12/06/2013 at 01:07
Ok some pics, here's the clematis I have no idea of the name of!
my lovely lupin common as, but I do love it.
Some of my mad aquilegia, some are singles, some doubles and some triples, all in a lovely purple/blue
good old papaver, never lets me down.
my lovely broom, 2/3 collapsed after rain a few weeks back, it's too big for the border so was going to go, only half flowered before it collapsed, would have been stunning. Still once it's finished I'll have more room!
a type of rhoddy that smells fantastic, if anyone knows the variety please speak up, inherited when I bought the house.
my bush rose about to erupt
When unfurled, again if someone can name that rose I'd be grateful. The plant is about 4 ft high millions of buds and smells divine. It was in a pot with a huge 1 inch thick tap root going in the ground. Now had pot removed and a load of manure and decent soil around it, it's probably going to go mental, and I can't wait. Currently you can smell it from about 10 yards away, so when it enjoys it's new spot, hopefully the flowers will increase substantially.
I'll try and stick more up as things happen. Really enjoy seeing other people's ideas and successes! Gives me hope and heart..