Its New Beginnings here in Wells in my new Garden, and I shall find the right place for the Saxifrage. It will take me a couple of years to get things going, during which time I shall have to tackle the issue of perennial weeks, and garden design and layouts etc.
It seems that I have lost the knack of taking a clear picture...but you get the idea here...new beginings for all three plants, all plants are from cuttings from the mother plants in my previous garden. Lonicera nitida Baggesen's Gold also known as Golden Honeysuckle, Cathy's Persicaria Red Dragon, and a flower spike of Euphorbia x martinii Ascot Rainbow. I have read that a common name for spurges is wolf's milk! Again this is from a cutting of the mother plant originally bought from Avondale Nursery back in 2014. I decided to cut off the one and only flower spike early on to help the plant bulk out and establish itself.
A close up of the flower structure shows up the colours which go so very well with the Percicaria.
Looking through an upstairs window, I saw this bullfinch snacking of the berries of the Amalanchier...hope they leave just some of the fruit to turn red!
Many thanks Cathy...for lifting my spirits, and getting me back on track with posting to In a Vase on Monday. This week your contribution is as ever....interesting not only for the lovely flowers but also a few gardening pointers such as the time to sow cosmos to get flowers in June.