Well most of my readers know that I live
in Australia where we are now into
the season of Spring
I wanted to share some white flowers from my garden
to be part of Simply Neutrals Tuesday
Even though everything is looking so very green at the moment
I see lots of white and neutrals in and around the garden -
in fact, to the right in the picture in one part of the
garden is a large white Weigelia.
It is finally now time to store away our baskets and tubs
for gathering and storing kindling for fire lighting!
These have been just outside our kitchen for past few months.
This is the beautiful Weigelia flower up close!
The next one shows a sea of Lychnis
(it is more commonly seen with a bright magenta coloured flower)
with its bluish green leaves which just loves to spread
Of course, no country garden would be complete without
some of these tall standing foxgloves which
continue to self seed from one year
to the next.
They are so delicate in their bell shapes hanging
so gracefully. We have these in many
different colours which I hope
to share in a future post.
I am sure many of you are familiar with the Abutalon
(more commonly known as Chinese Lantern)
We have these in different shades including white, red,
lemon and orange.
There are also some other friends that we have
in, as well as, just outside our garden fence -
Thank you for sharing this little time with me and if you
would like to see more neutrals of a different type
then hop over to Wen's blog - link above.
Thank you so much Wen for hosting another party for us!
Enjoy and thanks for dropping by!
Love and hugs,