Plants from the upper garden…  (and ID help ?)

Plants from the upper garden… (and ID help ?)



A primavera to start with...

I went to the upper part of our garden this morning, that is more like a tinyest forest part for the plants - with the trees and lots of shadow on the soil... We should plant some rhododendron there - I'm sure it would please itself... Anyway, I'd appreciate if you can help with identifying the ones I don't know the name...


01- An apple blossom...



02- Lamiums... that's some wildflower that reminds me of my childhood - when I was going to the park with my father... And they are getting back more and more numerous each year...




03- The bay laurel in bloom...




04- Something else... just a wild thing that sprouted all alone... The photos aren't doing justice, it's a lovely tiny flowered thing...



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05- Another wild thing... It is something that I always admired for the shape of the leaves and the lovely tiny violet flowers, and allways seen on walls and rocks and such... for once it appeared from a little bit of soil, and I plan to transplant it to a bigger place and hope to manage to care...



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06a- EDIT TO ADD : Same plant at a less interesting spot... There's no soil there, it is just growing out of the wall... just as I always have seen...



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07- A bulbous flower... it was in our garden before we moved here... and it comes back each year...



08- Some forest plant... that comes back each year too...



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And a couple of other flowers from other parts :


11- The poor iris with a poor bloom... It is a good surprise since it doesn't get flowers every year where it is now... I had planned to bring it to the terrace for more sun and maybe change the soil, but the winter season went away with other things...



12- The vinca in bloom...



13- And finally the tiny cyclamen that's in bloom since december...









mexi-sun bloomage

mexi-sun bloomage

ID?

ID?

My Messy Room

My Messy Room

My Hut

My Hut

yet another mystery plant

yet another mystery plant

State of my garden.

State of my garden.