Monday, 15 September 2014

Wild flower mixture


RHS Harlow Carr - at one time our meadows used to be like this. Now we are encouraged to plant wild flower mixtures in our gardens to encourage bees and butterflies. There is something sweetly innocent about daisies and cornflowers.

8 comments:

  1. So simple and beautiful. I remember fields like this.

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  2. "An English country garden" perfectly snapped.

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  3. A great screen-saver for those cold grey winter months.

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  4. I like fields of wildflowers. Some American highways have wildflowers in the median strips.

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  5. So pretty. Over the years we have replaced some of our large lawn with wild areas...cornflowers are one of my favorites. It's starting to look a bit like fall.

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