The Scarlet turns pink
Wednesday, 11 June 2010
The roof of the Scarlet has turned pink.
These lovely plants are sometimes known as thrift, sea thrift, or sea pin. We chose thrift as our roof covering because it is a plant that is native to the North Cornwall coastline.
Not only do the flowers look stunning, they tie the Scarlet to its landscape, and these little blooms provide the perfect haven for butterflies and insects.
We’re tickled pink at how successful the first bloom as been!
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