I’ve been fascinated by the use of containers clustered together to create the illusion of a garden since my first visit to Japan where the style is widespread. This fine example of a container garden is much closer to home.
Diminutive, but for me, as sweet as they come, it brightens up the entrance to a traditional stone-faced terrace that opens directly on to the pavement.
Regular readers may remember this picture taken of the same place when the early-flowering white clematis was in full swing.
I’ll leave you with a fuller view so you can see the containers. The flowers include begonia, Busy Lizzie, cosmos, dahlia, lavender, lobelia, scabious, snapdragon, Sweet William and clematis. The bench must be a wonderful place to sit on a sunny weekend like this.
Shared for Cee’s FOTD.