Friday, April 15, 2011

Shady Areas Under The Hedge (With Corrections)

Hosta "Whirlwind" As yet unidentified hosta beginning to unfurl in a shady bed underneath the Clematis "Armandii" Apple SomethingOrOther, together with some Oxlips.  I know this hosta isn't Whirlwind because I've just noticed the real thing unfurling in a large pot in another part of the garden, and the leaf colour and markings are wholly different.  Picture to follow.

Some common Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) tucked under the deciduous hedge with I think, some emerging English blue bells and a few blind tulips.  Hedgey and lovely.

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