My Leopard's Bane and Bergenia are brightening up a corner of my back garden. Bergenia isn't everyone's choice of perennial but I like it because it is evergreen here and demands nothing in the way of care. It just keeps on growing and blooming.
None of the English Daisies in their regular spot survived the winter but to my surprise these, in a completely different spot, did fine. So that will now be where I'll let them spread.
Several years ago I bought a small pot of Cow Slips at a plant sale. It has taken a few years but they seem to be spreading at last. At least I think they're called Cow Slips. Please correct me if I'm mistaken.
GretchenJoanna and Luna Crone were wondering about my garden tea cups. I'm not too sure how to explain so hopefully these photos will help. DH cuts the 2" rounds with a hole saw but slices could also be cut off a 2" dowel. A smaller dowel is fitted into a hole in the bottom and the saucer glued to the 2" dowel. I tried gluing the cups onto the saucers but it wasn't a good idea. It's easier to clean them if you can separately rinse the cup then the saucer. I hope this helps even though I've explained it poorly. Oh yes, and the small dowel is about 6" long and should fit snugly into the pipe you hammer into the ground.
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