Lunaria annua

My Wild Garden | Panorama View With Localisation Of The Flowers

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Click the above image where YOU will get direct to “ThingLink“. YOU will see an interactive image, move YOUR mouse pointer over the image and YOU will see some spots. These spots are showing which flowers are on what place and by clicking on those spots YOU can access more info about the flowers.

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Bumble Bee on Superbells Peach calibrachoa

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Names Of The Flowers | Superbells Peach calibrachoa

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[Start Text from http://www.bhg.com/gardening/plant-dictionary/annual/calibrachoa/] Like a tiny petunia on steroids, calibrachoa (also called million bells) grows and flowers at an amazing rate. Often confused for a petunia, million bells makes a splash no matter where you put it in the garden. It is perfect for containers or hanging baskets but also can be tucked into the front of a border where it will spill out onto sidewalk or patio. In fact, it may be the ultimate “spiller” for container gardens as long as you give it ample water and fertilizer, which it needs to fuel its astounding growth.

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As YOU might have remarked it in the slideshow, these flowers are loved by the Bumble Bees, especially by #JimmyTheBumbleBee, the name I gave that Bumble Bee on the photos, who is present each day 😉

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Greater Knapweed Centaurea scabiosa

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Names Of The Flowers-Centaurea scabiosa

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This flower doesn’t require a lot of work, very handy… I planted it in my stone-garden together with dahlias and different other sorts of flowers. Just make sure to water from time to time…

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Enjoy it and stay tuned for next adventures from the Wild-Garden ;)

BumbleBees

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | My BumbleBees

It’s a pleasure being in the garden and watching what’s happening around… A lot of insects, bees, bumblebees, butterflies, and of course the nice flowers. BUT, I like to observe ALSO the Bumblebees and the butterflies who are loving my flowers, it’s quite interesting to observe them. To observe the harmony of the nature and that is why I take some photos and share them with YOU 😉

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Did you know that they are invertebrates and only queen bumblebees survive hibernation?

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Stay tuned for next posts 😉

Gardening: The Wild-Garden

Since 18 years already I have, what I call, a “Wild Garden“. A place where different plants and flowers were mixed together by a well calculated seeding plan to make it possible to have nearly every day different flowers up from spring time.

SO… as long as I find new stuff to publish I will do so, it’s actually a great pleasure to watch every day the garden, find out also more on my curation here:

First I will display ONLY photos of the “Wild Garden” and later I will give ALSO some practical tips, it’s planned, but be patient please 😉

 

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Stay tuned for next posts with lots of photos 😉