And onto yet more garden photos, I need something to cheer myself up after the poor weather we’ve had this evening… Glorious day and then just in time for leaving work and the heavens open! What more could we possibly want???!
I’m still a couple of weeks behind on the garden photos, these next lot were taken at the end of May
This was sent to me instead of Aquilegia Blue Barlow, I can understand why as the leaves are very similar but I’d still rather have my Aquilegia… Although different in its own way, I think I need more of it to fully appreciate its flowers!
Shrub rose, Rosarie de l’hay just about to open, it’s been teasing me for a good while now but it is actually open and smells divine! Love, love, LOVE it.
Primula Vialii, I love this little flower and is the only primula I actively keep in the garden – although there are some in the front that were here when I arrived.
Forget-me-not, teeny tiny little flowers on it, again it was here when we moved and readily self seeds around.
Masterwort, it’s really taken off this year and I think I’m going to need to divide it next year as it’s currently stopping the sun get to my Agapanthus and I fear I’ll have no flowers on it!
Bramble blossom, I’m leaving it for the berries!
Daisy, they’ve appeared in the garden, a welcome sight as far as I’m concerned.
Elder buds, they’ve been teasing me, making me wait and I do hope they flower soon!
The most beautifully amazing Lupin I’ve ever seen, we saw it on holiday and there was no way I could pass it by so it came home with us! Ha ha.
Wisteria leaves, fresh new growth has lovely silvery fur on it, I love the way it glistens.
Unsure what this is, some sort of moss flower…
Little fruit on the Fuji Cherry, looks tasty although I doubt it’s edible.
Herb Robert is still in flower
Cosmos, bought for an amazing 40p from the same garden centre as the Lupin, simply amazing! I just had to get them since they were so cheap even though I do have quite a few seedlings… Yes I am obsessed.
Meanwhile in the garden there has been a lot of activity, this morning I saw my first Great Tit fledglings and then when I got home there were also Blue Tit Fledglings, now I just need the Coal/Long-Tailed Tits to also visit me! Of course I’m also waiting for the Bullfinch to bring along their babies, but I don’t expect them until at least August…