Day Six 27 November 2020 My garden is too exposed for climbers and shrubs, but our native honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) is more of a scrambler than a climber. Tucked in a sheltered corner it rambles and roams through the rocks and driftwood, and meanders along the wall. Each year it is severely pruned by the… Continue reading A Week of Flowers
Day Four 25 November 2020 On dreich November days we all need a little something to remind us of the sunshine. Today my contribution to Cathy's Week of Flowers is a collecion of plants which will only flower when the sun comes out. It is still not to late to contribute, so why not visit… Continue reading A Week of Flowers
Day Two 23 November 2020 A gentle offering for the second day of Cathy's Week of FlowersPlease have a look at the other contributions (links on Cathy’s blog: Words and Herbs) and start the week with a smile. Beach Aster Erigerion glaucus Beach Aster or Seaside Fleabane is the perfect plant for my rock and… Continue reading A Week of Flowers
Photographing pyramidal orchids - definitely not enough of this! I thought it would be a little presumptuous to peer over the blogging garden wall and announce - "I'm back - remember me?"particularly as I couldn't invite you in for tea and cakes. It is hard to believe that the Croft Garden blog has been left… Continue reading A little of this and too much of that!
At this time of year, it is tempting to be deceived by the siren calls of an early spring, and although it has been mild, while the south and even north-east Scotland has been enjoying a February heat wave, it has been wet and windy here, day after day after day. I always enjoy this… Continue reading Spring Illusions