It looks like Jack Frost, closer inspection of Brunnera Macrophylla Sea Heart side by side may reveal subtle differences.
Aster Tongolensis Berggarten, the name of this very fine garden plant doesn’t exactly roll of the tongue. However, of all the perennials planted in our new garden this past twelve months or so, this one has to be the most … Continue reading →
Clematis Perle d Azur from the Jackmanii group is simply sensational. I know, I have referred to other Clematis in the past as being my favourite, but you know by now what I am like.
Jolly Bee Hardy Geraniums, I love. There are so many to choose from, some with quite short flowering periods, others which claim to flower throughout the Summer. There are dwarf ones, tall ones, and hundreds in between, colours in shades of pink,purple, blue, … Continue reading →
The Viola Riviniana Purpurea above has been in the garden for some time now. Last week I highlighted Begonias, not for the faint hearted, today the contrast could not be greater. The Viola Riviniana Purpurea above has been in the garden for some time … Continue reading →