Discussion in 'Member's Gallery' started by Zigs, May 2, 2022.
I don't want to get haunted by a goat
Foxgloves growing in the cracks of the patio slabs, it's re wilding the patio.
Buttercups in the woods where I walk the boys
Great pics, Loggie. No shortage of colour there.
Thanks Sjeord, it's nice to see all the buttercups like that.
Somebody is asking for trouble
I know, I know— they make that space look like a meadow.
@Logan , beautiful foxgloves!
Here are a couple of flowers from my yard.
A red peony.
An iris. This is "Alcazar", created by Phillippe de Vilmorin in Paris, France in 1905.
A HorseChestnut tree.
It's a bit large LOL
Kind of alarming - the horse chestnut us usually buzzing with bees, you can hear them before you see them. This year... none. I hope it was just the chilly morning.
@Zigs, your Sisyrichium is a couple of months ahead of mine. Very nice!
@Droopy , I've never heard of Gentiana. Such a rich beautiful blue!
Oh, my bees would love that chestnut tree of yours.
Striking plants and blooms, Daniel.
Thank you @Daniel W they grow anywhere but not where i want them, so i have to dig them up and I've put them in a seed tray until i know where to put them.
Our vitex trees are beginning to bloom. We have two blues and one white. The white was bred by Texas A&M, and being a hybrid, we feared we lost it in last year's snow/ice event. It survived and is blooming nicely! Sorry the tree is not standing straight up, but the wind had other ideas.
I like the looks of those trees. Do the blooms have any value for pollinators?
Lovely tree @marlingardener and Sjeord I've found this video
Hi @Zigs how about a June thread please
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