A simple combination

The morning sun on this simple combination of Galanthus (probably nivalis), Erica carnea ‘Myretoun Ruby’, and Primula vulgaris, really brings a smile to my face. Plus, the beady lizard!

A close up of a flower that is as large as your hand, looking slightly down to the left. It is a deep dark red, with rich velvety petals that have purple markings through them.

Amour Amaryllis

Last winter I watched as people posted their photos of Amaryllis to social media, admiring the large and loud flowers that cheered up the darkest winter day. I decided that I needed to have a try at growing them. Following …

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