Sunday, 8 May 2016

A couple of garden scenes at the moment....
The Broad Border lit  up with Smyrnium perfoliatum (Golden Alexanders) often mistook for a Euphorbia; but a  member of the carrot family and a biennial, or at best short lived perennial; luckily it's a prolific self seeder at Barnsley.
In front of the previous scene the gold section of the Broad Border, starry 'West Point' Tulips' as well as remnants of 'Fringed Elegance', a crystalline edged Tulip from a few years ago, Golden Box and sky blue Forget-me-Nots.

1 comment:

  1. All the yellow and gold colors are beautiful in the last photo -- thanks for sharing it! -Beth