A Week of Flowers, Day 4: Combinations

Today’s photograph was one of six combinations for a Six on Saturday post in the middle of May, featuring three stars of the late spring border: allium, astrantia and aquilegia. Sadly it isn’t the best of photographs but, nevertheless, these three always make a great combination and mark the start of a summer of burgeoning borders.

Thank you to our host, Cathy of Words and Herbs, who is encouraging us to look back to some of the brighter spots of our gardens from earlier this year.

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13 Responses to A Week of Flowers, Day 4: Combinations

  1. Here in the UK, the winter is going to be very long…

  2. A lovely combination.

  3. Rosie Amber says:

    I can feel the warmth of late Spring in that photo.

  4. Cathy says:

    It’s a lovely combination Cathy, and the pink Astrantia is so very pretty. 😃

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