Lovely. We must have the same taste in clematis, I have all those except Star of India and Minuet. I love the scent of Betty Corning. Your first one looks like my Perle d'Azur.
DD I can let you have more plants for your new garden. That Rudbeckia can be cut in half the end of May (Chelsea Chop) to keep it's height down.
This afternoon I'm going to a gardener's club show - as a Judge! They asked me when I went and gave them a talk about creating an English garden in SW France.
The handle of a cooking implement, hanging on the black thing?
A penknife with the blade out sideways?
So pretty, I love Wisley.
Pretty dog, Herbaceous. But is that the dog or is it a fox in the 2nd photo? It seems to have a white tip on its tail, which the dog hasn't.
The green ones are fennel that has gone to seed. There is Lavatera "Silver Cup" in with the gladioli. The white ones are Ammi Majus. The small pink ones are Clarkia. There is also a pink one, French seed, Balsamine. The big yellow and brown ones are Rudbeckia "Denver Daisy" and the dark red ones are Dahlia "Arabian Night".
Right clicking and open in a new tab doesn't work for me either.
Agree it looks like an aster.
I picked some flowers in my cut flower bed today.
Has been cooler today, though still warm and there were a couple of showers late afternoon.
Have picked flowers in my cutting bed, will post pics. Haven't done much, hot weather is tiring and it's holiday time anyway.
Ahhhhh, Sheps, adorable.