FRIDAY FLOWERS: GARDEN MISCELLANY
The garden has been busy all of April, as have I.
It’s been a very cool, grey and damp Spring in this part of the country: not great for wanting to be out in the garden but wonderful for all the plants!
Let’s do a quick review of the month in my garden, beginning at the 3rd of April. These were the gorgeous “Double Late Gudoshnik” tulips. Do you like them?
Here they are again, mixed with some store-bought Ranunculus:
And then we had the MOST stunning “Monte Orange” (double) tulips. These were really show stoppers and I will definitely be planting these again next year.
The always lovely and charming “Viburnum Carlessi” or Korean Spice Viburnum. I had these up North in the Hudson Valley where they did very well and, much to my surprise, they do just as well down here. What a wonderful vanilla scent!
All of a sudden…the Columbine appeared! I only have this blue color (yes, poor me…) but was just given some seeds for the very dark almost-black variety, Black Barlow. I’m hoping some of those will take […]