A Year in the Garden
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
A Patch of Blue
Once the gold of the jonquils and daffodils finishes, the garden is a mass of blue and white. Bluebells spring up everywhere to bedazzle the eye and occasional white or pink variations can be seen.
Violets, blue and white peep from behind lush green leaves.
Blue ajuga borders the garden beds and the other blue bulbs - babiana and the blue and white Cuban Lilies (scilla peruviana) make a showing.
And in the creek paddock white arum lilies grow wild.
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