Today's photos are of some of the shades of purple we have in our winter garden.
Starting with a native climbing vine that has just emerged of its own accord in the rock area we are developing. It is a very spectacular plant I think. quite a few of these have come up but this is the best example. I think this is what it is called Hardenbergia violacea 'Happy Wanderer'
The wistrangias on the bank are looking good, both the ordinary and the variegated ones. It is hard to believe these survived through the drought.
There is lots of lavender everywhere, particularly nice in the pink and yellow rose garden,
These little Allysum plants that I grew from seeds are also a nice splash of colour at the ground level.
There is still quite a lot that is looking great in the garden at the moment so there will be a few more posts yet. I do hope you are enjoying the tour of my winter garden.