JUNE in our garden is a kind of magic! Fresh and beautiful colours of flowers, new plants and pots, busy bees, baby birds everywhere. Although we have a quite busy time at work in June & July 2018, the garden proves that nature can create beautiful landscapes without much intervention. Ok, our mowing robot has been contributing to the landscape maintenance for the past 5 years already, and on weekends I can lose myself in the garden for hours too.

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The white Multiflora Rosa and Rhododendron colour the corner of the front garden.

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Peonies. We enjoy their white, pink, and magenta appearance in late May.

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Viola Tricolor. Violas are the most curious looking flowers, aren’t they?

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Veilchenblau Rose, a climbing rose with small violet blooms. In bloom only once per year.

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Veronica.

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Lavender is simply the state of the art!

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The above two plants are the Yucca plant with its flowers in white, and Rose Campion (Lychnis Coronaria) in strong magenta.

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Alliums. This was the first year of planting ornamental onions in our garden. For sure, they will be my pick of the bunch for years to come.

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