These poppies are like huge tissue paper balls on a plate! This plant had 11 blooms on it at one point
Champagne Moment in bud
And fully open
Love the colour of this against the dark trees from next door
Love the colours in this which is in a pot with verbina
Does anyone know what the name of this tree is? It is a variety of cherry…………….. I think from Australia originally. It has these fluffy blooms at this time of year and bunches of small inediable black fruit later.
Showing leaves and flowers
Flowers in close up view
It is about 12-15 feet high.
The roses are doing well at the moment as are a number of other plants. So I thought I would share them today.
Albertine fully out. It has a delicious smell!
I don’t know the name… think they are called Welsh poppies/?
Another yellow poppty
I love the faintly pink bloom to this one
Philadelphus Coronareous Aurus
Mock ornage blossom. the leaves lose this citrus colour as they age
Who put THAT there then?
It was so heavy I had to hold it’s head up to take the photograph!
No idea of it’s name.
All of these poppies have come from nowhere… guess it’s the birds…
In the front garden. I love the way these start off such a deep golden colour then fade to pale lemon, tinged with pink.
Poppy in the front garden.
this is going to be a big blousy one when it finally bursts out.
Here are today’s offerings from the garden….. tomorrow I hope to have something crafty to share.
Another self setter. They seem to be popping up all over. Aren’t I lucky?
This flower has really collected the sunshine hasn’t it? I can’t remember it’s name.
The new begonias are doing well too. I especially like the one with the pink frilly edge.