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Vinca minor variegata


By Siris

Vinca minor variegata (Vinca minor (Lesser periwinkle) variegata.)

Vinca growing at the base of an unnamed red Camellia, which has dropped it flowers onto the ground.

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Oh it’s beautiful

26 Feb, 2020


It makes a pretty picture Sue , its a shame the Camellia blooms are falling so soon is it the wind ?

26 Feb, 2020


Yes Amy, we've had some violent gusts. Usually the plant becomes covered wth brown dead petals from the Camellia, at least these make a pretty picture.

26 Feb, 2020


They certainly do form a pretty picture!

26 Feb, 2020


Love these Vincas.......they make such attractive ground cover, don’t they.

26 Feb, 2020


I have restricted myself to only this one, as it's managable in the border. Jenny Pym has been contained in a hanging basket, sitting on the top of a water butt. Got that idea from you DD and your Lysimachia creeping Jenny.

26 Feb, 2020


I agree, despite the flowers falling, it has created a pretty combination.

27 Feb, 2020


Siris you must post a pic.......Jenny is a bit of a spreader!!

27 Feb, 2020


Dd, i really thought I had put a pic up of Jenny Pym. Will put up the pic taken on the 5 Dec 2019, too cold and wet to go out now.

28 Feb, 2020


Siris you probably did!....... I am on so many sites, it’s hard to keep up with who put what on!

29 Feb, 2020


Dd, no I didn't get round to posting.

1 Mar, 2020


Oh right!

2 Mar, 2020

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