I'll take you on a walk around the garden to look at a few highlights for late June.
|Rosa 'English Miss'|
|Astrantia, possibly 'Snowstar'|
Astrantias are a favourite of mine. This is one of three in the garden. One of its common names is 'Hatties pincushion'.
I was given this Feverfew a few months ago. I think it is probably Tanacetum parthenium. It has pretty leaves as well as flowers.
|Rhodanthe 'Timeless Rose'|
This is the first of my cutting garden plants to flower. I have grown this Rhodanthe for drying. The odd thing is it has very papery flowers already. Very pretty and delicate.
Before I finish I must tell you about the pair of woodpeckers visiting our garden. They appeared a couple of weeks ago and we wondered if they were passing through but they have visited the fat feeder in the Rowan every day.
Tomorrow Jane at smallbutcharming is hosting Flowers in the House. Always a treat to look at everyone's flowers.