Sunday, 4 May 2014

Behind the Garden Gate

This pretty flower grows up behind the garden gate adding natures beauty to an otherwise dilapidated scene!  Does anything interesting lurk or grow behind yours?

8 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

They are pretty - much nicer than drifts of Welsh Leek!
Julie xxxxx

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Things spring up in all sorts of places , don't they, that is very pretty Simone. :)
V xxx

Puppet Lady said...

Well I don't have a garden gate but I do have lots of this, some sort of campanula, is it? Good ground cover, especially in shady areas, it seems to grow anywhere.

Rosie said...

So pretty - they spring up all over growing in the smallest gaps in paths and wall edges and add lovely colour too:)

Ethel Johnson said...

So pretty, that must be a warm corner, ours are not in flower yet(campanula?) We found a dead rat behind our shed yesterday...not so pretty! xx

Lisa said...

I think the look is very shabby chic, love a bit of peeling paint!
We don't have a gate at the front of the house, the first thing is a set of three rubbish/recycling and green waste bins!
Lisa x

Anne Butera said...

This is so beautiful, Simone.

I recently discovered that some weedy looking branches that were by the garage are indeed a rose plant. Not sure if it will leaf out or if it is at all a nice plant, but it was a fun discovery.

myshabbychicvintagefrugallife said...

I could do with something like this plant , its really pretty , i have a new garden that i am planting up and i need plants that will spread.