My entry for Cee’s flower of the day challenge (14th June) is hebe. We have several of these shrubs which are great for attracting bees and butterflies. At the moment they’re swarmimg with bees and a lone butterfly.
My choice for June 2nd is another flower that was already in situ, but I do know what it is (with the help of Google) Erigeron ‘Sea Breeze’, great for attracting pollinators.
Check out Cee’s flower choice click here.
Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature created and hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt
Today’s theme is Fantastic Florals.
The hedgerows are becoming a riot of colour with flowers beginning to bloom, makes my early morning dog walk more of a pleasure.
The lovely display below was from our visit to Warkworth last year.
Butterflies and bees love the hebe, daisies and buddleia and we had more last year than ever before. It would be nice if this year was as good, adding a little more interest in the garden.
Above a Blue Himalayan Poppy found at Bodnant Gardens and Hibiscus flower below
Sunday Stills Photo Challenge Reminders
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