Summer Flowers From Our Garden-Can You Name Them?
As-salamu`alaykum, peace be with you, I had a wonderful walk around our garden yesterday and saw many extraordinary signs of God. Y...
As-salamu`alaykum, peace be with you,
I had a wonderful walk around our garden yesterday and saw many extraordinary signs of God.
Y'know, I haven't photographed the garden much which surrounds our family home, there is much to see and learn. So today I want to share some of the summer flowers which grow every year (perrenials). I hope you can guess their names!
The tulips have just faded and our poppies are about to bloom. It's a pity not many of these flowers are fragrant because I love their perfumes. Next year I'll be planting truckloads of roses God willing.
I like this plant for being all-lime-green. The tiny flowers turn yellow and orange in the autumn. It's a bit daunting that the flower is toxic though, even the sap of the plant is highly irritant to skin, so I wouldn't advise breaking any stems.
These beautiful plants often have gorgeous showy flowers that definitely brighten gardens with their pink shades. You'll recognise them are being large clusters which grow in yellow (above), pale pink and as I have here, a blood-pink. Rhododendrons of course!
Find out more about flowers by colour on + the UK Wildlife website.