Tag: flowers

November 9, 2022
Thoughts on flowers, memory and my father's garden

Anemones are made of this I imagine nearly everyone has a trigger plant, the sight or smell of which can suddenly transport you to another time and place. For me, as I've mentioned before, it is primarily the anemone, because I associate it with my great-aunt Olive who, when I was at boarding school in […]

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June 27, 2022
Garden Snobbery: Or, how I learned to love red

I’d just enjoyed a long season of flowers from a gorgeous Clematis montana I’d inherited with the house and, being a huge fan of clematis, I was eager to discover what the next one to bud might be. This was a very old plant that obviously hadn’t been cut back for years, a tangle of […]

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