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May in the garden blooms:

And now we look at our flowers.

There is a Welsh proverb that says ‘flowers before May bring bad luck’ but with Global Warming affecting our weather – it is 23 degrees (C) out there as I write this post, we have flowers all year round – certainly we work on this in our London garden.

So what is out today? Well I wandered round and found that areas were awash with blue or pink or contrasted orange and white too, so here’s hoping you like what you will see below.

white clematis - May in the garden blooms: white perennial wallflower - May in the garden blooms: anemone blanda - May in the garden blooms: art in garden - May in the garden blooms: begonia and nettle - May in the garden blooms: blue and art - May in the garden blooms: crab apple and pear - May in the garden blooms: fire red perennial wallflower - May in the garden blooms: hellebore double yellow speckled - May in the garden blooms: hellebore single speckled - May in the garden blooms: hellebore double apricot2 - May in the garden blooms: primrose and pulmanaria - May in the garden blooms: see the acer flower - May in the garden blooms: the blue have it - May in the garden blooms: the blue path - May in the garden blooms: the blues hide - May in the garden blooms: the new black tulip - May in the garden blooms: the orange contrast - May in the garden blooms:

 

 

Alexander Smith says:

It is curious, pathetic almost, how deeply seated in the human heart is the liking for gardens and gardening.

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