Crown Princess Margareta bears flowers of a warm apricot. The actual colours have varied quite a bit, from fairly pale...
The buds are more decidedly peach-toned.
It does, however, have a tendency to open its blooms facing the light, which means that the view from the patio, which it edges, looks like this. But I am not complaining!(with Wellywoman, who is hosting this wonderful theme), I will look at the other fragrant flowers in the garden at present. These include the last few blooms from Genista stenopetala, which had not yet opened its first for the March post. It has bloomed well since then with its strong, lemony fragrance wafting about the garden during the height of bloom.
Lemon thyme simply keeps on blooming - an undoubtedly wonderful scent (and flavour!) and one which I would like to spread throughout the garden.Oenothera pallida "Innocence", again with a fragrance that seems to carry on the breeze.