There are a million reasons why Aquilegia deserve a dappled shaded position in your Garden! I love to see the delicate mound of Spring leaves forming a mass of light green foliage that quickly follows the fading Tulips and spent Narcissi in our Gardens. 552 more words
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It’s the perfect time to catch flowers sprinkled with droplets of water. Sometimes you have to make your own – my mum tells the tale of my dad wanting to photograph an almost perfect rose, and taking a glass of water out into the garden so he could place one drop on one petal to make it completely perfect. 149 more words
One of the gardens I walk past every day on my way to work.
The nice old lady it belonged to – who gave good tips and let me pick sour cherries from her tree – died last year, so I don’t know what’ll happen to the house and garden, and I figured it would be a good thing to take a picture of the pretty flowers in case the new owners decide to do something completely different with the garden.
Botanical Print Of Aquilegia Nikolicii
1935 Curtis’s Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia Grata From Karl Maly’s Sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909. Purple Flowers