One of the greatest wildflower shows on earth – Enjoy the Sweet smell of spring & take a woodland walk amidst an abundance of gorgeous bluebells aka Hyacinthoides non-scripta.

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A carpet of bluebells adorn a woodland.
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One of my favourite spring flowers – the violet-blue colour is simply divine.

Dreamy Delphiniums?

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Looking fabulous right now: Galanthus nivalis.

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Galanthus nivalis make a great early spring flowering bulbous perennial especially in woodland areas.
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Plenty of nodding flowers coming through here.
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White flowers that are often honey-scented suit several locations including flower borders & beds, underplanting of roses & shrubs, cottage & Informal Garden Rock Garden as well as Wildflower meadows.

Looking fabulous right now: Nerine Bowdenii

IMG_0374.JPGPretty summer dormant perennial bulbs from South Africa.

Nerines grow best when two third of the bulb is above the ground.

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IMG_0377.JPGThe bulbs also like to be planted closely together & that in turn helps to create a vibrant swathe of pink in autumn.

 

 

Looking Fabulous right now: Hedychium spicatum!

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A monocotyledon from the Zingiberaceae family. Lush abundant foliage & showy flowers creates that tropical effect. Also from this family is the common edible ginger, tumeric & cardomom.

Blue Skies in Port Logan.

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Trachycarpus fortunei on the path up to the Conservatory.
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Canna ‘Lucifer’ form a ribbon around the Conservatory.
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Islands of Architectural Cordyline australis around the garden.
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Oblique Dicksonia antartica