Garden Bloggers Bloom Day - September 2011
Spring started soft and lovely, sap rising prolifically ... then came a cold wet period. But I didn't mind because I'd finished spreading compost and knew the worms would appreciate the moisture.
|blue bluebells and blue grape hyacinths, orange wallflowers|
and in front greenish-yellow euphorbia martinii
|buddleia silver anniversary|
|white banksia rose - look, no thorns!|
|correa dusky bells with forget me nots|
|love in the mist surrounded by forget me nots|
a study in blue
|Campanula poscharskyana or Serbian bellflower|
|Lasiopetalum macrophylum or velvet bush|
|Thryptomene saxicola alba|
|nasturtiums to add peppery taste and edible flowers to salad|
|Cistus x skanbergii|
... appreciation to Carol from May Dreams Gardens for hosting GBBD.