May 2004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Always a  rich month for flower colour, May has been a superb time for the many hardy geraniums and aquilegias which cover so much of the main border at this time.

On the patio a variety of tulips (including Princess Irene- pictured left) have added their colours to the mix and followed on nicely from the narcissi before them.

Mum planted up the gap at the back of the main border (left by removing an oversized fuschia last month) with new shrubs - including a deutzia and osmanthus.

The front garden started to come into its own with Wisteria Caroline in full bloom.

 

 

 

 

 

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