callmemadam (callmemadam) wrote,
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callmemadam

Pink!



I love foxgloves and the spotty ones are my favourites. I don't mind where they seed themselves but they're very easy to move to wherever you want them. When they've finished flowering I leave any white or pale coloured ones to seed, in hope of getting some interesting crosses.


These, in a neglected as yet undeveloped spot, are taller than I am.



Some more pink flowers.
Gladiolus byzantinus



Thalictrum



Aquilegia



Pretty bed, poor photo.

Tags: foxgloves, new garden
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