Oxalis purpurea in a mediterranean garden in Languedoc South of France

First discoveries

Taking over an old garden is always exiting when you see what pops up with the changing seasons. This garden is welcoming September and the first rains after the summer with some purple Oxalis and yellow Sternbergia lutea in the dry shade corner. With blooming yucca and Eleagnus ebbingei flowers – tiny and inconspicuous looking, but capable of scenting the entire garden with a wonderful perfume between jasmine and carnation. With small bushes of Mirabiliis jalapa, a small Lantana camara that popped up in the middle of the garden as well as hundreds of Cerinthe Major that will apparently bloom in the spring:


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