Rock Garden renewal . part 3
This a view of the south isle from the south. . Since taking this picture I have spent the afternoon weeding it and removing some of the Golden Thyme (Thymus citriodorus aureus), which makes that big patch near the centre. It had encroached on Sedum Cappa Blanca and my Thrift or Sea Pink (Armeria maritima) I have potted up chunks of both these , for future use. A lovely job as the scent of the Thyme is delicious. My Father used to advertise it as Citron scented. That was pre war 2. I haven’t cut any top growth but have removed some of the lower branches from the dwarf conifers so as to let light on to a bit more usable space fior things like Sedums, Saxifrages and Sempervivums. My favourite Rock Plants, together with Thymes and other carpeting plants. That is enough from me for a while . Now I will check up on other Blogs, Questions and Photos, There is so much to enjoy on theis web site.
- 24 Aug, 2008
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