Caroline Simms
More ideas from Caroline
White Meadowsweet (spiraea alba): Spiraea alba, commonly known as meadowsweet, white meadowsweet, narrowleaf meadowsweet, pale bridewort, or pipestem, is native to the wet soils of the Allegheny Mountains and other portions of eastern North America., but is currently endangered in the state of Missouri. It is naturalized in other parts of the world.  Narrowleaf meadowsweet shrubs often reach 8 feet in height with a spread of 3–4 feet. This species is often the most conspicuous part of the…

White Meadowsweet (spiraea alba): Spiraea alba, commonly known as meadowsweet, white meadowsweet, narrowleaf meadowsweet, pale bridewort, or pipestem, is native to the wet soils of the Allegheny Mountains and other portions of eastern North America., but is currently endangered in the state of Missouri. It is naturalized in other parts of the world. Narrowleaf meadowsweet shrubs often reach 8 feet in height with a spread of 3–4 feet. This species is often the most conspicuous part of the…

Escallonia (escallonia species): Fast-growing evergreen shrubs.  Leaves are glossy and dark green.  Shrubs produce clusters of white, red, or pink flowers that are attractive to bees. In cold winters, the shrub can die back to the ground, but if it's been around a few years, you'll see new growth at the base in the spring. A good hedge plant.

Escallonia (escallonia species): Fast-growing evergreen shrubs. Leaves are glossy and dark green. Shrubs produce clusters of white, red, or pink flowers that are attractive to bees. In cold winters, the shrub can die back to the ground, but if it's been around a few years, you'll see new growth at the base in the spring. A good hedge plant.

Primula 'Silver Lace Black' | gardenersworld.com

Primula 'Silver Lace Black' | gardenersworld.com

How to make a sparkling bead wind chime with bells

How to make a sparkling bead wind chime with bells! Ill admit Im a bit of a craft supply hoarder and have accumulated a massive amount of beautiful beads over the years but have barely used them. This project is the perfect excuse to get out my bead sup