Generally, they trail along the floor, a couple of metres or so.
They have tendrils ,so will cling to a support, but may also need tying on with some soft string.
2nd one is Snow In summer Latin name. Cerastium tomentosum.
No, no, no, muddle up.
Art installations do not count.
You have Norah Barlow too. Do you find it mixes with the others to get hybrids, or have you not had it long.? It's what I started with, then the bees were visiting neighbours as well, and I get all sorts.
I like the upward facing flowers. Nuts blue pom pom faces up, all my pom poms face down. The star series was bred to have upwards facing flowers, but they are all single bicolours.
The violet pom pom sowed itself in a crack next to the garage. It shows up a bit bluer on the photo.I started with Nora Barlow, and others including the pom poms just appeared. The bees have been busy. I assume Nora Barlow genes for multiplying the layers of petals are at work. The raspberry ripple seed went to the Touchwood collection.I had a load from there and I am going to select the best and work from those. Black barlow is really a very dark purple. I did have a pale blue pom pom but hubby mowed it.
Are gardens supposed to have a colourscheme? I just chuck in everything I like.
Murray won the toss. He served first . Lost the first game, then broke back, and won the first set. Then it went downhill. His body language made him look very dejected, and tired compared to Djokovic. Inevitable end , lost three sets to one.
I suspect two legged vandals.
I have given away the last of the alliums to a neighbour, Now as it's June it must be roses. I don't have many roses. but I cut some buds for bud vases. The pink one I bought as a n old rose, but I have no idea of name.