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TY Pennine Petal. I also have a lovely family and great friends and good health, but my garden is my inspiration for two of my great loves, poetry and painting.
85 in August, Verdun. It is being so active that keeps me going! Thank you for your kind appreciation!
Very easy. This one is in partial shade in my woodland walk but the one in the Phyllogeny Garden in the Bristol botanic Garden where i am a volunteer gardener is in full sun and performs beautifuklly every year - a sheer delight. It does have a bark mulch every year topped up so I would try to give woodland edge conditions to your new plant. Works for me!
my primroses just keep flowering all through the year. They love all seasons in Bristol. This one is in a crack in a crazy paving path.
And a vatiegated variety of Sedum spurium;
Of course I had to inspect my alpines which have kept me so busy removing the wet leaves from them - well i do love them as well as my trees! This is Sedum spathufolium nestling beside a white form of armeria.
Broad beans and red chard complementing each other in one of my raised beds.
The winter sun hits my Eucalyptus tree;
The catkins on the Garrya elliptica getting longer.
a variegated ivy climbing up the willow in my woodland walk;