- On March 4, 2013
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Still so much to plant – too soon for annuals but have perennials to go into the new beds – at least it’s going to rain later in the week…
The new “shady” beds – really face south and west but tall trees around. I have planted fuschia, lilac Mme Lemoine (double white), white oriental poppies, white japanese anemones & echinacea White Swan. Also bulbs – crocus Snowbunting, brodaeia hyancinthina & allium thingymajig (cba looking up my invoice but cheap and pink).
Am hoping they’ll be OK under the ash trees and laurels. Will post on their progress – promise!
Also stole some phlox, lysimachia & lemon balm from the cottage garden to move to the cut flower field – I love making new plants for free. All thugs which I will relish – the more the merrier. Looking forward to their abundance in summer.
Just finished a lovely tweeting meeting with like minded British cut flower growers…….so many tweets coming at you fast and furious….my head is in a spin, my feet don’t touch the ground….think the prosecco added to the dizziness Join us here #britishflowers.