Great Spring Combinations

Due to the severe lack of time I have to write, especially between spring and late autumn, I thought visitors to this blog might like to see some of the great combinations that crop up in my garden throughout the growing year.

Starting in now in April, this delightful mixture of rather unfashionable Dicentra spectabilis (now called Lamprocapnos spectabilis) and the tall, uncommon Brunnera macrophylla ‘Blaukuppel’ enhance each others beauty, something that might otherwise be over looked. Both love the same growing conditions, a moist shady spotĀ under a flowering cherry. They should continue to bloom happily well into May.

Dicentra spectabilis with Brunnera macrophylla

Great combination of Dicentra spectabilis with Brunnera macrophylla ‘Blaukuppel’ in front.

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