Never before have I tried plug grown parsnips but failed seed germination tempted me to give them a try, I tried and so did they. Edible but pretty small no idea of variety they were just called Parsnips!
This plant just loves just loves the shade and so far undamaged by hard frosts. I now wish I had bought 3 in the first place.
Ophiopogon Nigra works well with above Heuchera and it to is unfazed by winter.
Hippo keeping company with the Sedum album, I know he should really be by the pond but he looks comfy.
Self sown Hazel being allowed to grow on edge of a path, might be a mistake!
The Iberis is yet another plant getting ahead of itself, do forgive photo quality it was a bit windy yesterday but Mr Propogator has inspired me to wander down the garden path with camera in hand.
Tiny Euphorbia which came with no label , just makes me smile, it positively glows with good health and I think is pretty indestructible.
This little group of plants were bought for £1.00 from a church plant sale, a tray of tiny cuttings nobody else wanted. The idea for planting so many plants in one small container came from one of Copplestone’s ‘Station Friends’ who creates wonderful gardens in all sorts of containers and troughs, I am now addicted!
Am I right is this Redstart, if so then it too is early, as is every single one of my 6. Now lets see if I can work out how to share this with The Propogator, I have a lot of learning to do and must learn to pay attention to detail.