Friday, 2 June 2017


The transition from May to June sees a shift in the garden.

The nigella are smaller and daintier with the larger blooms going to seed.

Some of the roses are beginning to fade and drop their petals which are being dried for bath bombs. The purple sprouting broccoli is a mass of yellow flowers, frequented by bees.

Although the majority of my fox gloves are pink and purple, this white one has appeared in the shady area.

Foxgloves, helichrysums and lychnis are flowering in Zoe's corner.

There is a riot of colour by the back door.

The peas are in

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