Last year I did a post about the statistics on my blogs in lieu of the report that WordPress used to send us all at the end of the year so I have had a look at this year’s results. This flower blog has not really been very well visited this year, but that mayContinue reading “Most Popular Posts of 2019”
There’s not a lot in flower this month so I thought I’d take a look at October birth flowers which are Calendula and Cosmos. I have already featured the lovely Cosmos so I have dipped into my garden files to find some of my Calendula photos. Calendula officinalis, the common or pot marigold, is aContinue reading “Flower of the Month: October”
in decay Echinacea purpurea ‘Rubinglow‘ is an outstanding short-stemmed variety of Coneflower with big, heavily petalled brilliant magenta flowers surrounding dark brown central cones.
Ginger Lilies are striking perennials and highly prized for their exotic-looking foliage and brightly coloured flowers. They will thrive in full sun or light shade where there is a reliable source of moisture in summer and will survive outside in warmer parts of the country if the crown is protected by a dry mulch. InContinue reading “Flowers on Friday”
I have featured this flower before, but couldn’t help photographing some recently in the Lost Gardens of Heligan. I love these flowers and how the petals droop as they age. With their swirling skirts I always think of them as ‘little dancers’. Helenium ‘Riverton Beauty’: Tall, upright and robust with clear, butter yellow flowers andContinue reading “Flowers on Friday”