A Week of Flowers Day Two, 23rd November 2020

Blogging friend Cathy of Words and Herbs needed something to cheer herself up and, guessing that others might be feeling the same, suggested that from Sunday the 22nd through to Saturday the 28th of November we shared a photo a day (or more than one if we liked) of our flowers and gardens to brighten up what could be a dreary time.

I can’t confess to feeling in any way dreary myself, but nevertheless I am happy to join in for the general good, despite missing Day One. My first contribution dates from March 25th and was chosen as it shows a range of ornamental Bellis perennis at their very best, a fitting contrast to their newly planted relations shown in my post on Saturday.

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19 Responses to A Week of Flowers Day Two, 23rd November 2020

  1. croftgarden says:

    I think my humble seaside daisies have been seriously upstaged! i was not aware that there were so many Bellis cultivars!

  2. Cathy says:

    It is a gorgeous collection you have Cathy. Are they all hardy? So glad you joined the fun. It is really cheering me up! 😃

  3. Heyjude says:

    Aren’t they pretty? Where do you get them from? Or do you sow them yourself?

  4. Cathy your Bellis are divine, wonderful, I love them. I have also joined Cathy’s Flower Week, with pictures of old flowers from the cottage. Take care. Very affectionate greetings from Margarita.

  5. I opened this post and immediately smiled. I wasn’t particularly sad, but cheery things are always welcome, your post included. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  6. Eliza Waters says:

    So much variety – they are lovely!

  7. Anna says:

    All so different Cathy and so early flowering for daisies. Do you overwinter them or start from new each year?

  8. Those bellis are so neat in their squares. They look great! You really do grow lots of them

  9. Cathy says:

    Your bellis are superb and you’ve photographed them beautifully to show us the huge range of colours – of which I was completely unaware. So thanks!

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