A little stroll in the garden at the beginning of the month reveals a few plants in bloom. Because this Autumn the weather has been unusually warm, my Ophiopogon thinks it’s Spring again and celebrates with a small show of its tiny bell-shaped flowers. Sarcococa is all set up for…
This morning at the local “organic” market in my village, came across some interesting apples. Malus ‘Evereste’. From my own garden, for little birdies! ‘Pilot’ Delbard Jubilé® ‘Melrose‘ (2 different specimens, my favourite apple) ‘Calville blanche’ (an old cultivar, very tasty) ‘Dalinette’
If one could replace all the kalachnikov in the world with garden trowels and watering cans, that would be a giant leap for mankind.
Not much to do in the garden these days, so I’ve been working on the “virtual garden”. The garden map is now available in its English version, as well as all the plants records (127 species/varieties to-date).
Just received from Dutch garden world. 40 Tulips ‘Angélique’ 40 Narcissus ‘Paperwhite Ziva’ 40 Narcissus ‘Thalia’ 10 Narcissus ‘White Medal’ 20 Muscaris ‘Pink Sunrise’ Plus 40 Angélique tulips bought at the Cesson-Sévigné plant fair.
My first post on this still “in progress” garden site: a time-lapse video.