Tag Archives: Hebe
We’ve started the work on the Suffragette Garden that needs an overhaul. The blind Narcissi in the first photo are now out and the ground ready for planting.
2. The ground is already for planting…..
3. …… and the Hebes are in, ‘Baby Marie’ which will grow to 40 cms and I hope, in time, they will make a little hedge. The have white flowers but the buds are tinged with purple so will be perfect for this garden.
4. I was given these bulbs for Christmas a few years ago but nothing happened and I had forgotten all about them. This year, here they are in the little wall garden and I don’t know what they are called. Help, anyone?
5. The Narcissi are brightening up a dark corner. I’m hoping Storm Freya, which is on its way won’t beat them down.
6. Now for something completely different! It is St Piran’s Day here in Cornwall and our little town celebrates with a parade and hundreds of daffodils – in every shop window, in lapels, as decoration. It’s great fun!
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1 I love how the sun has caught the purple edge of the Hebe leaves and highlighted the stamens on the flower.
2 Going out in Skippalong today to follow the Tall Ships Parade of Sail we noticed pleasing haystacks on the horizon.(I’ll post a gallery of the beautiful ships tomorrow)
3 Our friends took the opportunity for a Titanic moment as we were moving through the channel to see the Tall Ships.
1 There is lots of colour in our Suffragette garden with shades of purple, white and green.
2 Serendipitously, a bee appeared in my photo of the Verbena Bonariensis and the Japanese Anemones.
3 The cousins found all the cuddly toys and put them on the stairs this morning and they have stayed there all day!