It has just occured to me that the notorious August Gap is upon us. That time during the summer when gardens are traditionally supposed to run out of steam and look a bit jaded.
This might not be sophisticated.
It might not, perish the thought, even be particularly 'designed'.
A little bit of vulgarity is good for the soul and the fact that it looks like an explosion in a paint factory is irrelevant.
But - it is flowering its socks off and is absolutely humming and buzzing with bees and butterflies.
|Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'|
|Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'|
|Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty'|
|Gaura lindlemeri 'Whirling Butterflies'|
|Rudbeckia flugida 'Glodsturm'|