Whilst on my travels, I stumbled across a bed of Colchicum (Colchicum autumnale).
Often thought to be crocus, but from a completely different family, Colchicum can brighten up any garden during the Autumn months.
It’s November, and it’s turned autumnal in the garden.
The changing of the clocks means Autumn has arrived, and it's a great time to get some roses and soft fruit bushes planted into the garden.
It’s cold. It’s wet. It must be December.
December seems an unlikely month for doing jobs in the garden, but a few hours spent on a drier day will give you a head start for next year.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Back At The Pond
We're back at the pond and yes, the hard work has paid off. Hardy weeds will prevail for sometime to come but I have a plan.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Molinia – A wonderful ornamental grass
I'm a fan of ornamental grass, and Molinium is my favourite. If you're thinking of adding Molinium to your garden, be careful with what you chose.
A very attractive spread of Cyclamen
The flowers of a Cyclamen hederifolium come before the leaf, and what beautiful flowers they are.
It’s June, and in the garden there are lots of jobs to do!
The weather may not be up to much, but we need to get into the garden and get planting and make your garden stand out this Summer.