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A lemon shade potentilla at the front of a border. A hardy perennial which is long flowering and will self seed around the garden.

A lime shade euphorbia, in the middle of a border. A compact, suckering variety which can be useful as ground cover. Will tolerate dry shade and looks great in a woodland setting.

Always be cautious when handling euphorbia, the sap is poisonous and irritates the skin.


Sal said...

Beautiful,fresh colours! ;-)

Gina said...

Love the colour of the euphorbia, really pretty!
I have an award for you on my blog too Louise..when you're next in Gx

Cowboys and Custard said...

I love these colours in the garden and then look fabulous next to dark plummy colours.


Sorry it has been such a long time since I visited your garden..I bet it is looking wonderful in it's Spring clothes.

Elizabeth said...

Such vivid greens a springtime almost chartreuse.
Beautiful pictures.

Simone said...

I didn't know that euphorbia was poisonous. I love the lime green shade.

Suburbia said...

Beautiful colours together ;-)

periwinkle said...

love your pics from your garden - I saw my first swallow today :-)
lisa x

Anonymous said...

The potentilla is so pretty, I don't think I have ever seen one before.
The euphorbia is lovely too, I hadn't realised they could cause irritaion, thanks for the tip.
I am very behind with my garden, we are planning to make a big move on it this coming weekend though.
hope you have a good week

Crafty Green Poet said...

I love euphorbias, I'm somehow fascinated by the greenness of their flowers....