Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Lithodora Diffuse "Grace Ward"

Groundcover or rock gardens plant, Low creeping mat gray-green hairy leaves.
Late spring through summer, well drained acidic soil.
This is not good for me just saw it and loved the brilliant blue flowers
we have heavy clay soil and they say that is sure death for this plant.
My rose bushes are looking so good , but I was wrong about having roses Easter
it will be May.


Sparky @ My Thoughts Exactly said...

I like the blue plant. It's very pretty. My roses are looking good this year too. I'm really looking forward to them being in full bloom. ~:)

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~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Your roses have so much new growth. I need to check on ours and see if they are coming out again. We have lots of wildflowers blooming here in Florida right now. It looks so pretty on the roadways! Enjoy your week my friend! Sweet hugs!

Anonymous said...

We have heavy clay here, too. The blue is very pretty.

Your roses look wonderful.

Sue said...

Maybe you will get lucky with the Grace Ward plant it sure is pretty the colors are so vibrant. My roses are beginning to get their leaves too!

Mari said...

That plant would work well here - we have sandy soil. It's very pretty!

Maggie Ann said...

May will be here before we know it! Love your flower pictures.