Sea Thrift (Armeria maritima), growing on the rocks near the pretty little Welsh seaside town of Borth. Also known as Sea Pink, this lovely flower thrives in salty environments.
Borth's Hidden Gems
A pretty old fashioned perennial, with its pink flowers and silvery leaves, Dianthus 'Pink', is a favourite amongst those wanting to create the quintessential English cottage garden.
Button Hole Beauty
Campanulas thrive in moist, well-drained, soils and dead-heading extends the flowering period. It's said beekeepers use Canterbury Bells for making potently sweet honey.
Campanula Blue
Campanulas vary in size, shape, and plant form, but are usually various shades of blue, lavender, and white. They bloom from late spring into throughout summer.
Campanula White
The beautiful blossom of Campsis, or Trumpet Creeper, a woody perennial climber that can climb to 40 feet. Here, it is seen flowering in the sunshine of Southern France.
Campsis In Bloom
Introduced in 1980, 'Marjorie' was the first of the semi-double montana clematis. The flowers are a beautiful creamy pink, but, surprisingly, can turn green in cold weather.
Clematis Montana 'Marjorie'
Corn Marigold
Covered In Chocolate
Crossing Over
Dancing Daisies
Dark Anemone
Dusty Blues
Deer are not known to forage for bluebells, but, with the native English bluebell now under severe threat from its invasive Spanish relative, it pays to enclose precious habitats.
Edge Of Bluebell Wood
Insects, but also birds such as orioles and humming birds, feed on the flower's nectar.
Elegant Campsis
Known scientifically as Myosotis, their name comes from the Greek word 'mus', for mouse, and 'otis', for ears. The latter referring to the leaves that are shaped like little mouse ears.
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. (The Road Not Taken. Robert Frost, 1874-1963)
Forgotten Ways
Golden Flower
Some scented and some not, roses are often used as cut flowers and in the making of perfume. The petals are distilled to make oil, or attar. Rose water is also made in this way.
Male bumblebees are adept at clinging to flowers. Even upside down. To help facilitate this, the tibia of its hind legs are convex, whereas those of female bumblebees are concave.
Hanging On For Life
Harvest Time
The beautiful poppy, Meconopsis baileyi, originates in the cold mountains of south eastern Tibet.
Himalayan Blue




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