Totally Geum

There is a time in May when the tulips have finished and the early summer flowers have yet to start, the ‘May gap’. For a moist soil, I have found that geums are good for bridging this period. Geum ‘Totally Tangerine’ was introduced in 2010, a result of breeding work conducted by a nurseryman in […]

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The thin-leaved peony

Outside the front boundary of my garden was a strip of grass. By a quirk of history, part of it belongs to me and part to the local council. Being a plantaholic, my part is no longer grass but now contains plants that revel in the well-drained soil and full sun it offers. Of these, […]

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