Gardening: The Wild-Garden | 2015 | April

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My Wild-Garden / ThingLink

Click the above image, please, to access the interactive image. Move your mouse pointer over that interactive image; You will see “black spots”, click on them to get to blog post about the seen flowers.

 

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2015 | April Flowers In My Wild-Garden

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THE most IMPORTANT to have early quality flowers is the composition of the soil, check more below, please:

 

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Last photos from 21-04-2015

 

Stay tuned for next blog posts, I try to create at least one for each month with the flowers for that particular month 😉

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Gardening: The Wild-Garden | 2015 | First Flowers | February-March

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My Wild-Garden / ThingLink

Click the above image, please, to access the interactive image. Move your mouse pointer over that interactive image; You will see “black spots”, click on them to get to blog post about the seen flowers.

 

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2015 | First Flowers In My Wild-Garden

First flowers started to appear on 07-02-2015, it were as usual every year the “Snowdrops“, followed by the “Crocus” on 28-02-2015 in Luxembourg (Europe).

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Stay tuned for next blog posts, I try to create at least one for each month with the flowers for that particular month 😉

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Lunaria annua

My Wild Garden | Panorama View With Localisation Of The Flowers

. My Wild-Garden / ThingLink

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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Iris versicolor | Northern Blue Flag Iris

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Names Of The Flowers | Iris versicolor | Northern Blue Flag Iris

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[Start text from Wikipedia] Iris versicolor, also commonly known as the Blue flagHarlequin BlueflagLarger Blue Flag,Northern Blue Flag, and other variations of those names, is a species of Iris native to North America where it is common in sedge meadows, marshes, and along streambanks and shores. The flower get its name Versicolor from the Greek word Rainbow, in allusion to the prismatic colors of the species. [End text from Wikipedia]

 

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Hemerocallis "King's Genius"

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Names Of The Flowers | Daylily Hemerocallis ‘King’s Genius’

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Noteworthy Characteristics: This cultivar has an diurnal extended blooming habit; its blooms remain open from the early morning until the evening, for at least 16 hours. Each flower lasts for only one day. It blooms at the peak of the daylily bloom in your own garden. This ranges from May in the South to July in the North.

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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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