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A beautiful world in miniature. You have reminded me, I once had a garden full of such plants but they have slowly disappeared, and now I wonder where they went? What happened to them?
Maybe they just gradually faded, Deborah and came to the end of their natural life.
There are such wonderful plant combinations here, Sue. It's lovely to see them looking so healthy and happy. I am delighted to see Aubretia!
I thought that you would approve, Sarah,
I've always enjoyed the softness of spring colors---your combinations are charming. A true delight! Is that deep blue one a phlox? I'm in love with it!
The deep blue is lithodora Heavenly Blue, Sue
Lovely little flowers, I love the dark blue one. It looks a lot like blue lobelia I had couple of years ago. Such rich blue colour is so rare in flowers and I just adore it.
The lithodora is a beautiful blue, Leanan.
WOW...these are some vibrant springtime colors. I especially love the yellow flower at the end...my late grandparents would have loved that, as yellow flowers were their favorite :)
The yellow is a mini narcissus, New Baby, OE
Beautiful color bed!
Thank you, Endah.
Wow! Those flowers are so pretty! The area is so colourful! I like the blue flower!
I love the blue colour too, Malar.
Good things come in little packages.
At 5' 1" and a bit that is my well used mantra, Jessica.
I love your bed with wonderful combination of colors, these bright blues are very pretty, Sue.
Thank you, Nadezda.
It's looking great Sue, alpines are so rewarding, you can pack in so much colour and texture into a small space.
They are indeed, Janet.
What ever their size they are gems.
Very true, Brian.
What a treat! You just can't beat the miniature world. I did like those close ups!xxx
One of the advantages of having the flowers raised up is that you are treated to a great view, Dina.
Definitely! I do enjoy midget flowers too - they add great contrasts to other plants too. Great colours, I'm still enjoying the purple aubretias - snap :-)
At one time every garden had aubretia didn't it, Shirley? For some reason it fell out of favour.
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