The first week of June has been all about gorgeous blooms working together to create a tapestry of colour which seems to bursting out everywhere.
The Promise of May
This is just my favourite time of the year! Leaves are unfurling and buds are swollen, ready to burst! It's the time of year when you can miss the beauty of the garden if you but blink!
Six Signs of Nature’s Survival on Saturday
Wind, rain, wind, rain, flashes of sunshine, then more wind and rain in the garden this week! We have been battered by #StormGareth and his friends this week and yet, the garden still manages to amaze in its ability to be undefeated!
A Garden Less Ordinary
If you ever get the chance to visit the garden, Lanercost, in Busby Road, Carmunnock, do not think twice, as a wander round it will not only delight and amaze you, it will inspire you with a new found love for plants!
Try a Primula Japonica in a Moist, Shady Border
Ideal for moist shady borders, the Primula Japonica, grows to about 45cm tall and bears beautiful, bright, crimson-like flowers on tall, upright stems above a large, basal rosette of light green, lettuce-like, crinkly leaves.