It’s a lovely sunny and warm day and of course I took some pictures for you to see.
THE BUD OF A CLEMATIS, I DON’T KNOW WHICH ONE BUT IT WILL BE DARK BLUE WITH YELLOW STAMENS
CLEMATIS ETOILE VIOLETTE, A VERY EASY AND LONG FLOWERING CLEMATIS OF THE VITICELLA FAMILY
HONEYSUCKLE, CLEMATIS AND A SMALL LEAF IVY ARE CLIMBING TOGETHER ON THE GARAGE WALL
THE FIGS ARE DOING GREAT
I LOVE THE BACKSIDE OF A FIG LEAF
A WOOD PIDGEON MADE HER NEST IN MY CLIMBING GUIRLANDE D’AMOUR ROSE
SEDUM ACRE IN A POT
AND LOADS OF BERRIES ON A SPINELESS HOLLY (ilex aquifolium J.C.Van Tol), THE BIRDS WILL LOVE THEM WHEN THEY ARE RIPE
Have a fab weekend and enjoy your garden !
After a long time of dry and hot weather we finally get some much needed rain for nature. I had my hands full with watering the garden and all my plants in pots. I planted many new plants and shrubs in the garden so they needed extra care and I used large umbrella’s to protect my plants as the heath was burning the leafs and the flowers. But so far I kept them all alive.
Here’s a peek in my garden :
THE SUNNY BORDER
THE MORNING SUN SHINING ON THE SHADY BORDER
THE PASSIONFLOWER WITH CLEMATIS ETOILE VIOLETTE
THE SUCCULENTS ARE THRIVING OFCOURSE
GOLDENROD (SOLIDAGO) IN COMBINATION WITH VERBENA BONARIENCIS
ONE OF THE FEW HYDRANGEA FLOWERS THAT I HAVE BECAUSE MANY FLOWERS WERE FROZEN TO DEATH WHEN WE HAD LATE FROSTS IN SPRING
AND THE AUTUMN ANEMONES ( ANEMONE JAPONICA) ARE ALREADY IN BUD !!!
I hope you are all enjoying your gorden or terrace and thanks for visiting !