It is an exciting time of year. Thanks for featuring some of the delights in your garden. My Sunday Selections will also be garden related.
Thanks, EC. I look forward to seeing what's happening in your garden too. The garden and I seem to be enjoying the slightly warmer temperatures at the moment but I don't think they will last!Best wishesEllie
What a relief to know your flowers survived the frost. It would truly be a shame to loose so many goregous flowers. You have the greenist thumb!! I'm always amazed at how many gorgeous flowers you're able to grow. Sandy's Space
Thanks, Sandy. I know that hellebores are pretty tough but wasn't sure how they would cope in a different area. I'm pleased they are OK. I grow plants that are hopefully suited to the conditions I have and keep Beth Chatto's mantra in mind (she was a famous and very good gardener here in the UK) 'Right plant, right place'. Best wishesEllie
Such beautiful flowers, I am always amazed at anything that flowers at this time of year.
Thanks, sustainablemum. I agree - winter flowering plants have to be extra tough, I think, but are so welcome. Best wishesEllie
Gorgeous! The top hellebore is exquisite. Each year I say I am going to get some more snowdrops in the green, then promptly forget :0 xXx
Thanks, Lulu. The 'Winter Sunshine' hellebore has been flowering away since I bought it and is still going strong. I do love a snowdrop and would like more in the borders too, but they only grow well in the shady border. i have some in pots, but they don't seem to like growing in pots so much.Best wishesEllie