One of our gardeners sent me some images of her garden, which were unavoidably delayed in the mail. Don’t ask.
So, these are Dr Who images – we’ve gone back a couple of weeks!
A pretty Brunnera, and do I see a variegated Fatsia in the top right hand corner?
Looks like a Summer Snowflake in the centre of an attractive planting.
Maybe I should have kept this for the Nature Table… Behind the Primrose, is that Lathyrus vernus, the Spring Pea?
The birds get a look-in. :~))
Now, here’s a tale. Over the winter this gardener told the group the tale of two Trachelospermum jasminoides plants growing within a few feet of each other. One was thriving, whereas the other didn’t have a leaf to its name. This is the thriving one.
And this is the one that looked like dead sticks. Not any more.
Lovely new foliage! Why the two are acting differently, I don’t know, but this one is clearly happy doing its own thing.
Pieris and an Acer.
Thanks for sharing!