June 2010

This month has the greatest number of different plants in flower in every part of the garden and in every colour. I have included more “weeds” and some grasses as they add colour and variety to the garden if kept under control.  Many are very attractive to bees and butterflies being native British wild flowers so I think they have a value in the garden and most can be easily removed before they go to seed.

Gardenview june2010

  • alpine toadflax 26-6-10
  • antirrhinum 23-6-10
  • asparagus fern 13-6-10
  • asparagus fern 25-6-10
  • australian swamp stonecrop 27-6-10
  • bamboo & fern 17-6-10
  • black horehound 29-6-10
  • black medick 20-6-10
  • broad leaved willowherb 18-6-10
  • campanula 24-6-10
  • chives and bee 3-6-10
  • clematis 26-6-10
  • common mallow 24-6-10
  • cornflower 23-6-10
  • cornflowers 29-6-10
  • creeping jenny 23-6-10
  • dock, viburnum & elaeagnus ebbingei 16-6-10
  • dog rose 11-6-10
  • elder 7-6-10
  • elder flowers 7-6-10
  • evening primrose 25-6-10
  • false oatgrass 18-6-10
  • fern 5-6-10
  • feverfew 21-6-10
  • foxglove 24-6-10
  • geranium (cranesbill) 7-6-10
  • greater spearwort 17-6-10
  • hairy brome 13-6-10
  • herb bennett 5-6-10
  • herb robert 17-6-10
  • herb robert 6-6-10
  • honeysuckle 21-6-10
  • hypericum 24-6-10
  • lady's mantle 5-6-10
  • lavender & nemesia 27-6-10
  • nipplewort 5-6-10
  • oats & honesty 6-6-10
  • periwinkle 7-6-10
  • poached egg plant 1-6-10
  • poached egg plants 3-6-10
  • poppies-walnut-tree-18-6-10
  • poppy-4-6-10
  • purple-leaved-yellow-oxalis-6-6-10
  • purple toadflax 18-6-10
  • rose 10-6-10
  • russian vine in weeping willow tree 20-6-10
  • self heal & creeping jenny 23-6-10
  • smooth sow-thistle 25-6-10
  • spirea douglasii 25-6-10
  • spirea japonica & bee 21-6-10
  • spirea japonica 24-6-10
  • tutsan 9-6-10
  • tutsan berries 29-6-10
  • viburnum berries 10-6-10
  • water cress & bogbean 12-6-10
  • white clover 17-6-10
  • yellow flag iris 3-6-10
  • yellow flag iris 4-6-10
  • yorkshire-fog 18-6-10