FORGET-ME-NOTS. Genus: Myosotis When they bloom: It depends when you plant them, but typically in springtime. Why we love them: Among many other lovely characteristics, these blue blooms are the Alaskan state flower.
Tall and spectacular, award-winning Queen of the Prairie 'Venusta' (Filipendula Rubra) is a splendid herbaceous perennial with large, elegant sprays of small deep pink flowers borne on leafy stems well above the foliage from early to mid summer
"Beautiful, old-fashioned and wonderful as a pot, garden plant or cut flower. Polyanthus 'Gold Lace' lasts nearly two weeks once cut and I use this Polyanthus as an edible flower, scattered over jewelled rice or couscous.It’s the texture of polyanthus, as
Aster 'Little Carlow'.Masses of small, cheerful, violet-blue daisies with bright yellow centres appear from late summer to mid-autumn on soft stems. A pretty aster that has been given the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society.
I had a small wisteria in a previous garden it framed the door beautifully. I think I know the perfect spot in this garden for another. And larger one this time I hope. Envy,Flowers,Flowers and Plants,From the Garden to