Viburnum tinus Lisa Rose
The newest Viburnum tinus to us and we love it.Its not hugely different in the pot but I believe its habit will be more compact flowering a little longer and flowers a little rosier!Its a great evergreen and we've been planting it in our winter containers. One of which is pictured above which those who can to our last hardy container workshop may remember,
|Viburnum bodnariensis 'Charles Lemont'|
This is the lone winter flowers on bare stems an alternative to the more commonly known variety 'Dawn'
|Daphne odora Auromarginata|
Its worth noting that these scented flowers are fabulous for wildlife. Most fragrances exist to attract insects and bees so they can be found to supply nectar and pollen when required. As the queen bees emerge from hibernation at the fist spell of mild weather they are crucial for survival.
|Helleborus ericsmithii Winter Sunshine|
|Eranthis (Winter aconite)|