Still looking for that floaty dress.
I used to advise clients and students to plant something special for winter interest at the far end of the garden, something to coax the gardener out on a winter day. Soemthing so beutiaul and exquisitely scented that made it worth the effort.
It is time to take my own advice. I am on the look out for witch hazel, daphne, sarcoccoca, viburnum, winter flowering honeysuckle....suggestions welcome.
We visiteed Anglesey Abbey winter garden on a still day and were intoxicated by the colours and the scents! See here.
Anyone else feeling romantic? What feels romantic to you?