Between Spring and Summer

One of the members of the gardening class has sent me some images from her garden, and they are very pretty plants, marking the change from Spring to Summer.  Here they are.


Julie's 1 A

Julie's fern and Astrantia A


Julie's Iris A


Julie's nemesia pot A

Remember that post a few days ago, where we gave a supplier a pat on the back for some good nemesia plants in the post?  Here they are, potted up… (or, more accurately, tubbed up!)

Julie's nemesia tubs A


Even garden peas are pretty, especially when you’re new to growing them…

Julie's pea


Julie's Thrift plus A


Julie's viola A


Julie's yellow viola A


Thanks for sharing!


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