We have widened my south facing herbacious border and I am happily filling it with plants. The tulips are just coming into flower while the daffodils are just fading.
The blossom is my damson tree which is always loaded with fruit.
My little slate corner
The north side full of wild primroses, cowslips and the red camelia given to me by a friend for my 60th Birthday
And some patio pots, the tulips are my DH's a present from his GD whose name is Tulip!
And there is a pink camelia there, a present from my daughter for my 70th birthday.
And a closer pic of my alpine pots.
I made these up new this year as my others had became over grown.
The gravel and pebbles I already had but all the plants are new.
I love this garden, it keeps us both busy.. not shown is our small veg plot, dug over ready for the plants that I have grown in the green house and conservatory. As soon as the threat of frost has past it will be full of beans, courgettes, sweet corn, squash, beetroot and potatoes. I will have tomatoes grown in pots, carrots, and lettuce.. once the beans are finished there will be room for the cabbage.
We are very fortunate that we have several super garden centres near to us, so lots of choice and tea and cake in the afternoons!!LOL