Saturday, September 26, 2009

Pat's Late Bloomers.




Thank goodness for Japanese Azaleas and Michaelmas Daisies

Some bulb I planted

This Salvia is a star performer.

When the hydrangea is at this stage it reminds me of Miss Haversham
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6 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

These are ALL SO BEAUTIFUL, Pat....That first picture is Stunning! And all of your late bloomers warm the heart! Such a pretty pretty Garden, my dear.

Pat said...

Naomi: it has improved since Karen came to help and I'm pleased that it is still quite wild in places - where the children chase tigers.

kenju said...

Beautiful flowers, Pat!! All I have are some lantana and a little purple stuff - verbena - I think. The roses are long gone. Yours looks exactly like mine and mine has no fragrance either.

Pat said...

Judy: I'll have to look lantana up.
Shame about the rose and it's the one that people always smell and you see their rapt expression change to disappointment. It's like having a badly behaved child:)

Kevin Musgrove said...

your bulbs are Schizostylus (the Kaffir Lily). I love them to bits but they're not happy in my garden

I'm impressed by the salvia!

Pat said...

Kevin: you are really knowledgeable plantwise. Funny how plants have to be in the right place - it varies even in different parts of my garden