The Snowdrops are blooming Last year the Snowdrops in our garden did not come in to full bloom until the first week of March. What a difference a year makes, the mild Winter with no sign of snow in the city has … Continue reading →
Three years ago we came across a short variety of Aruncus named Aethusifolius Aruncus! previously my first thought would turn to the Aruncus Dioicus (goatsbeard) flowering plant which we had in the garden a few years ago. Dioicus is a tall … Continue reading →
Saxifraga White Star is thriving in the dappled shade. We don’t have a rockery, however a flat area of the woodland garden seems to have become home for a few of these alpine plants. Saxifraga White Star is thriving in the dappled shade.
The Perennial plant Crambe Maritima also known as Sea-kale is commonly found on shingle beaches. The large bluish-green leaves and the flowering stems which are two feet tall are topped by creamy white honey scented blooms, the structural shape of … Continue reading →
Hydrangea Petiolaris a climbing plant which absolutely thrives in our Aberdeen garden Most climbing plants require support with trellis or wire,and very often a degree of skill with pruning and training the branches.