Filed under Colour, Flowers, Garden, Nature, photography, Sunlight, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as aquilegia, garden in June, herbaceous border, honeysuckle, lupin, poppies, valerian, veronica
Many thanks Elena.
So pretty – that lupine is positively bursting ,isn’t it? I like the composition of the poppies photo very much. And I wonder what the blue flowers are in the last photo…
Thanks Lynn. The blue flowers are a variegated veronica. The pale blue spikes contrast beautifully with the variegated leaves of dark green edged with cream.
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