15 April 2012

I am very proud of how my little garden turned out with the addition of saxifrage and more lamb's ear to fill up the boarder. My hostas are coming up and my white bleeding heart has returned once again. My skimmia is in bloom and lily of the valley is on the way. The narcissus has lasted for ages. The only thing I'm disappointed about is that one of my white heliobores has faded to pink, messing with my colour scheme. It will blend in better when the hot pink flowers in the bed beside come in mid-summer. So far it is a baby garden; the plants have some filling out to do before I can take pictures.

Also I have seeds! Seeds for salad greens, watercress, chard, and edible flowers (nasturtiums and borage, which are little blue star-shaped flowers).

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