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Yellow in the garden.

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There seems to be a lot of yellow in the garden at the moment.

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a lovely selection of plants there. One of my borders has lots of yellow in it too. Aren't nasturtiums lovely. I sowed some 20 yrs ago and every year I get a few coming up.

3 Jul, 2020

 

Lots of lovely cheerfulness! These shades never fail to buck you up. I like the loosestrife.

3 Jul, 2020

 

All looking nice and sunny Linda :)

3 Jul, 2020

 

Beautiful selection of yellows here, Linda! A real warm summery feel, bet they brighten up the garden on a day like today...breezy and dull..well here in East Yorkshire.

3 Jul, 2020

 

Yellow brings sunshine to any garden.

3 Jul, 2020

 

Still raining here.

4 Jul, 2020

 

Very bright and happy looking! Also really like that white scabious!
I'm a bit short of yellow here, except for a big Hypericum.
We could certainly use a drop of sunshine here today!

4 Jul, 2020

 

Lovely shades of yellow in your garden Linda. I try to grow some yellow too as my colour blind husband sees that colour more clearly than any other in the garden.

4 Jul, 2020

 

Lovely flowers

5 Jul, 2020

 

Really lovely flowers, what are the third ones down? as they are very pretty

7 Jul, 2020

 

its a variety of Hypericum [rose of Sharon/St Johns wort.
Hopefully Linda will know its varietal form as I like the pinky red berries.

7 Jul, 2020

 

Lovely yellow blog, SBG! Yellow is much more common in the spring months really than the summer months.

I thought I didn't have any yellow on the balcony - apart from tomato flowers! - but I'd forgotten I have several yellow Begonias! Unfortunately with the strong winds of late the flowers have been badly damaged & I don't have any yellow flowers open a present but the plants have lots of buds & so when we get a few warmer days they will open quickly. :)

7 Jul, 2020

 

Thanks for your comments guys. The Cephalaria gigantea is pale yellow and about 7 ft tall.
There are two Hypericum, the small one I think is Androsaemum and the very large bush is x hidcoteense.
The third picture is the small one.
I like yellow in the garden and I am sure it must be easier to see if your sight is poor. I know dark red is difficult if you have a red to green colour blindness, so dark red roses are a problem.

10 Jul, 2020

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