No rain at last, but colder than usual for SW France in April, 10°.
Bob's right, they don't like being moved.
Nymans is an RHS partner garden. https://www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/partner-gardens Does it mention them in the handbook they sent when you joined? I can't check because my handbook is in our cottage in England, but I live in France.
Would variegated leaves do, like Brunnera Jack Frost? Geranium macrorrhizum 'White-Ness', or a white Geranium Phaeum?
Looks like Eschscholzia to me too.
Nearly finished upper middle bed after guests left. Planted 15 pansies in it. Just a bit of edging to do and a big dock to dig out.
Lovely thing to do Fidget.
Looks a nice day, so far, but I'm off to church, followed by a church lunch. Flower beds are sodden anyway.
Rain today and rain yesterday.
6. Busy-Lizzie, who is bonkers thinking she can open her garden in the wettest spring for years. But does that count? It's seriously bonkers, not funny ha ha bonkers