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For this week’s vase I decided to feature aquilegias which as I said in my last post are a real favourite. The aquilegias in the vase are the real Granny’s Bonnets, as in one of the common names for Aquilegia, as opposed to the long spurred aquilegias I showed in the GBBD post which I believe hail from the US. 105 more words
Unusually for me I’m a day late with the GBBD post but I had a wonderful surprise on my return from Rome as the Alliums have just started to open their puff-ball flowers and there are a whole array of them dancing above the prostrate rosemary. 472 more words
Many varieties of columbine or Aquilegia are in beautiful full bloom in the perennial beds.
As plants such as catmint, heuchera, polemonium, geum, and poppies grow to fill gaps, I’ve been looking for a way to keep the hens out of the bare spots where they love to make a mess scratching and pecking. 124 more words