My TOU

My terms are very simple. Download my kits and other freebies and feel free to re-colour and also re-size to suit your own creations. If you wish to share please use a link to my blog. Do not please claim as your own. I would love to see what you make. Unless otherwise credited all items are made by me.



Monday, May 19, 2008

Dandelion Seed Heads


I know most gardeners hate this 'weed'. I let mine grow, they are so cheerful and so beautiful when the flower head becomes a seed head, each seed born on the wind like little parachutes.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Another colour.


A beautiful deep colour in contrast to the paler ones.

Wild Aquilegia


I did have at least two cultivated varieties but over the years they have seeded with my wild ones.

Aquilegia (columbine) is a genus of about 60-70 species of herbaceous perennial plants that are found in meadows, woodlands, and at higher altitudes throughout the Northern Hemisphere. They are known for their distinctive flowers, generally bell-shaped, with each petal modified into an elongated nectar spur. Its fruit takes the form of a follicle.
Several species are grown in gardens, including Aquilegia vulgaris (European Columbine), a traditional garden flower in many parts of the world[1]. Numerous hybrids have also been developed as well. They are easy to propagate from seed.
They are used as food plants by some Lepidoptera species including Cabbage Moth, Dot Moth, The Engrailed and Mouse Moth.

Information Curtesy of Wikipedia. Here

Fairy Flowers


I always imagined these wonderful flowers were little fairies with the most exquisite dresses.