69. How Does Your Garden Grow?

Sempervivum arachnoideum, otherwise known as Cobweb houseleek or Cobweb sedum

Sempervivum arachnoideum, otherwise known as Cobweb houseleek or Cobweb sedum

This weeks How Does Your Garden Grow photos were taken in my mothers garden at the weekend. It's one of my favourite places to take photos because it's always changing, full of such diversity of plants and is like my mum. You know that old saying about dogs looking like their owners? It's a bit like that only more of a reflection of my mum and her loves. The vintage pots, the country garden vibe, it's hard to explain but her garden is like her in garden form. I really hope that one day I have a garden that reflects me (or maybe the mud-fest of building mayhem reflects me nicely!?) 

Do you know someone who's garden reflects them as a person perfectly? Does yours?

Just outside my mums front door is this seat / table arrangement. I love how there's always something different on here to see

Just outside my mums front door is this seat / table arrangement. I love how there's always something different on here to see

Succulent - love that pot to bits

Succulent - love that pot to bits

Outside the summerhouse stand various succulents in coloured ceramic pots. The colour really pops out against the cream of the walls

Outside the summerhouse stand various succulents in coloured ceramic pots. The colour really pops out against the cream of the walls

Also shown at the top of the page, Sempervivum arachnoideum looks as though spiders have spun webs across it

Also shown at the top of the page, Sempervivum arachnoideum looks as though spiders have spun webs across it

More succulents, that plant pot on the right seems really familiar - maybe one my mum has had for many years?

More succulents, that plant pot on the right seems really familiar - maybe one my mum has had for many years?

The bargain lavender grows on...

The bargain lavender grows on...

Hydrangea

Hydrangea

Terracotta pots

Terracotta pots

Terracotta pots

Terracotta pots

Japanese Anenomes, Anemone hupehensis

Japanese Anenomes, Anemone hupehensis

A rose by any other name

A rose by any other name

Pink can still be found in the garden

Pink can still be found in the garden

Love the contrast of pinks against grey.

Love the contrast of pinks against grey.

I hope you enjoyed looking ta these as much as I did taking them.

Thank to everyone who joined in last week, I appreciate that this time of year is a busy one with schools going back and summer holiday fun. Some faves include: Handgrown and handpicked flowers from Gemma and Emma, terracotta pot stash bliss, happy colours, raindrops on roses and a fruit fest.

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