I love the bright yellow colored Columbine the best!!
Beautiful setting, you’ve done a lovely job. You take care of this and orchids too?? Busy lady.
Such a beautiful garden. I believe you mentioned you live in Finland so I'm wondering how many hours of daylight your lovely plants are receiving at this time of year.
Thank you for the detailed reply. That's so interesting. I asked because I've visited the Canadian Arctic in the summer (August) and there was a very short period of darkness at that time. I remember the gardens that some people grew were absolutely amazing thanks to the long hours of daylight they received and your garden reminded me of that. I live near Vancouver and we've just had our summer solstice as well. We officially have 16 hours and 12 minutes of daylight right now but the birds start chirping at 4:00 a.m and I can still see outside at 10:00 p.m, so dawn and dusk really extend the day.Hi Lori, right now the daylight is 18h 51min. It doesn't get dark dark at all.
I live about as far South as you can get on the mainland. High up in the North Finnland it is 24h. The sun doesn't go completely down at all. It's so called nightless nights now in Northern Lappland. I think you call it the constant day. You must have that in Northern Canada and Alaska as well. The Summer solstice was on Wensday the 21 of June, but the celebration was on Friday evening, and night (Midsummer Eve) and Saturday (Midsummer Day).
How long days do you have in British Columbia, where you live, Lori
Btw. Thank you for the compliment