PRETTY IN THE GARDEN
I notice there's already two blooms on my Papaver Orientale Patty's Plum, planted when all the rage back in the late '90s.
I find it's colour a bit wishy-washy, but the bees seem to like it!
A garden dilemma.
Where to put eight large divisions of Rudbeckia?
Giving an abundance of striking yellow blooms right when you need them in late Autumn.
I know it's invasive, I've dug it out of the garden before.
I put it in a large pot, but it didn't want to know.
It's a thug (a beautiful one at that) of which needs to be kept under control.
Rather like Periwinkle!
Good for ground cover, in both sun or shade.
I've noticed a few self-seeders in the garden over the years, including the one above.
Do you know what it is?
It's getting on for 90cm tall, and I'm very happy it came to live in my garden.
I was thinking maybe a Stock of some kind?