Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Garden Fragrance: March
As a matter of fact, the wonderful scent wafting through the garden at present is coming from the lemon blossoms just beyond it. However, there are a number of fragrant plants in the garden itself.
First, the usual suspects: two Lavandula stoechas varieties and two of Salvia greggii. L. s. "Madrid" does seem sturdier and markedly more drought-tolerant than "Blueberry Ruffles" (shown below). Both are proving very free-blooming. The bees adore them.
Wellywoman for hosting the meme for this delightful subject!