The spider plants have been multiplying and there are now c.100 sitting in water, developing strong roots and getting ready for the Cratfield Open Weekend on 14 & 15 June. The Spider Plant is native to South Africa and its real name is Chorophytum Comosum ‘Variegatum’! They are easy to grow, do not require daily attention, and apparently even…
Isn’t this beautiful? Dryoperis Erythrosora, the Japanese Shield Fern, I think.
Again, because it is so beautiful
I looked at the forget-me-nots and they looked tired, so it was time to wield the secateurs. Those anenomes which looked so healthy a month ago were terrorising the forget-me-nots! The bees were not very happy but it was definitely time to allow the leaves to develop.
It is looking as though this beautiful shrub has finally decided to grow!