i really want to plant lots of flowers and plants in the garden. i have quite a few plants in the house, which do surprisingly well considering how dark it is aside from the bedroom. when i go out in the garden i often feel disheartened though. apart from some bluebells every year it's pretty sparse. it's totally paved, but that doesn't mean there can't be pots! i don't want plain boring ones that you can get anywhere though. been keeping an eye out for good sturdy ones in charity shops but i've no money for any at the moment!
if by any chance you have any seeds or cuttings you could send my way, that would be so amazing!
not just good for my eyes and mind, but having plants about will be good for bees and other insects too.
on sunday i cut these flowers from the front 'garden'. i'm not entirely sure what they are. does anybody know? they look like buddleja to me, but i'm not 100% sure on that. we used to have a huge purple buddleja bush in our back garden in the house i lived in as a child and the image of it always stuck in my head.
lots of (what i've always assumed are) bluebells suddenly sprung up in the back and front garden. i love the colour of them against the garage door.
talking of cats ..ava was being such a poser when i was in the back garden taking photos, so i just had to take a photo of her too. what a cutie!
i'd been looking for a use for this beer bottle i got a while back ..which i bought just for the shape of it! ..the beer wasn't bad either, ha. when i was cutting the flowers to put in the bottle, some of the smaller bits wouldn't fit in, so i found a tiny jam jar i'd kept from christmas and put them in there. i think it looks so sweet!
this is actually from last week, but i didn't post any pictures then. this lovely green kitty is from emma of trash things. trash things sells brightly coloured, up-cycled home decor and accessories. fabulous stuff if you want to brighten up your home a bit! loving the poodle and bird figurines.