You had better rectify that situation.
Beautiful rainbow :)
Wonderful. Your flowers are doing beautifully. No orange here either. CJ xx
fabulous colours, and light too! I think the poppy is my favourite x
Trying to think if we have any orange - I think the closest is a little patch of Californian Poppies, Beautiful flowers you have and your mint (it is mint isn't it?) looks really healthy - mine's looking decidedly scrappy this year; time to sow some more I think. xx
I have yellow Californian poppies but not orange. when my mint looks scraggly I usually cut a few stems, and stick them in a jar of water, they root really quickly and then I replant them, it always seems to rejuvenate them really well.
No orange chooks?Hope all well with you, Ax
Still a gorgeous rainbow, especially love the poppy, beautiful photo.
I'll have plenty of orange in a few weeks time! Californian poppies, self seeding all over the place. Lovely idea to find a rainbow in the garden.
Beautiful healthy plants and gorgeous blooms! X
Love your rainbow flowers, such pretty and healthy plants. I do have some orange flowers but I didn't actually mean to :)Happy weekend.Helen xox
My kind of rainbow! Your garden is looking lovely Tess :)
You certainly found a very beautiful rainbow of colour!!!!! Just wonderful!!!! xx
And like the best rainbows it still needs sun and rain to make it!Orange is a difficult shade to plant with, isn't it?
A lovely rainbow of colours in your garden.
I'd take that rainbow any day. Your garden looks so lush and inviting. A good good place to just nod off gentle on a warm spring day.
Can I suggest an orange Geum plant? They are quite outstanding. I have one in my garden. I have very little yellow, apart from the solitary yellow iris I found lurking in a trug down the side of the garden. How it got there, I have no idea.Leanne xx
ooh I like Geums but I don't have any. off to the garden centre I go. x
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