Les: After seeing so many in England, I now really love trough gardens. I hope they will be happy in your garden.
Casa Mariposa: Your trough looks like a fun addition to the garden. Are all the cultivars dwarf? My neighbors have wild arisaema growing in their garden. What a great surprise!
Casa Mariposa: Gorgeous blooms! I love that lupin, too. I’m in northern VA and always thought we were too far south to grow them but recently saw them at the VA arboretum. Those peonies are incredible!
Scott Weber: Amazing blooms, all around, but the Purple Lupine is hands-down my favorite…just stunning!
Les: I see several things I covet, including the Trillium, Bloodroot and Epimedium.
Josh: nice post! very precious seeds and seedlings indeed.
Steve Lau: It’s nice to see other people growing tree peony seedlings. I’ve been growing those for a few years now. I think I need to find some of that gravel for my potting mixes
Edwin: Great choice of plant.. A peony is one plant you will enjoy for a long time. One thing peonies do need is a lot of water in the spring up until the flowers open, and again in the fall when they start to form the buds for next...
Bernieh: Wow, you have some truly beautiful blooms on show right now. I had to take my time scrolling slowly to appreciate them all. Thanks for sharing. I just loved all the different Hellebores flowers floating in the bowl, and that...
Aist?: I was so surprised to find a photo of Hepatica nobilis ‘Lithuanian Blue’ on your blog. Hepatica nobilis is a native plant in Lithuania. It is a traditional symbol of spring here. But I never knew that there is a cultivar which...