Performance of Prunus Accolade in our Fife garden Prunus Accolade started to flower in our front garden at the beginning of April. It surely is a welcome sight, smothered in pale pink blooms. The flowers didn’t last very long, ten … Continue reading →
The pink forms of Clematis Montana are not at all bad, but for me, the white Clematis Montana Grandiflora is outstanding.
A welcome sight in the garden in March/April is the Pulmonaria Roy Davidson
Pieris Forest flame commonly, known as the Lily of the valley shrub. If you are looking for a colourful evergreen shrub, Rhododendrons would possibly be the first choice of most gardeners.
Symphoricarpus albus snowberry bush perhaps you more often see this one in municipal or council planting schemes. I think it deserves a place in the garden, dont eat the poisonous berries though. From this point, I think we will only … Continue reading →