Friday, 8 July 2011

More June FLowers - spice tones



Bearded Iris, Oxalis, and Herb Robert leaves all brought some warm spicy tones to the garden this June. The irises have finished but the others continue on rampantly with the Herb Robert always a big hit with small bees. The Oxalis is an annual in Scotland but well worth it for all the vibrant colour it brings, really livening up gaps between other plants and always great next to purple toned foliage.
See my garden in detail here

5 comments:

andrea tachezy said...

Cally, you are back!!! That´s great, I missed you.

Susan Schwake said...

missed you so much...beautiful as always!!!! hugs from across the pond..

Anna said...

Cally! I didn't know you were posting again! So excited to catch up with your blog posts.

Ryan Miller said...

very nice photos! I especially like that oxalis and know just where to put it in my garden. Are you in Scotland? It seems like every time I see a plant I want in a UK setting, it's not available here in the US. You broke the curse! Looks like I can get that oxalis right here in the Pacific Northwest.

Cally said...

Andrea, Susan, Anna - don't know if I can keep it up but enjoying it while I can.

Ryan, that's great that you can get it, it's a lovely Oxalis. I have the same trouble always seeing plants from America that I can't get.

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