This week, the above has become this:
and then this:
Oh if only you could smell these lovely azaleas....
Now these are popping up and no slug damage.....yet, but Hosta Sum and Substance is a bit tougher to chew on and escapes most of the slug depradation!
Puple Magnolia 'Suzanne'
more unfurling ferns - love that! And a bit hairy too!
pretty in pink!
and Fothergilla major - better known for autumn colour but what about those bottlebrushes!
looking up into an acer - different view point...
I'm loving all these happenings in the garden right now. It's a bit difficult to keep up with it all! But I'll try my best.
How's your little Eden right now - is it waking up or going to sleep?
Beautiful garden pictures. I love the bleeding heart.ReplyDelete
Your garden is far more advanced than here in the Cotswolds. I am 900 feet up and still have daffodils out.ReplyDelete
Love you header and name very apt.
what beautiful plants you have in your garden...and I wish I could smell those azaleas too ;-) Thanks for the top tip about edible flowers! We do sit out and eat on our deck, so perfect!ReplyDelete
Très jolies fleurs! Très originales! :o)ReplyDelete
you know what we call bleeding hearts in France : "Coeurs de Marie" (Marie's heart). I love them and always have some in our garden, as my daughter's name is marie !ReplyDelete