My apologies, it’s another one of those incredibly long posts… It’s been such a wonderful day and there’s been so much to photograph that I just couldn’t help myself!
You will be shocked to hear this is actually a cut-down version too!
Please, grab yourself a hot drink, or maybe even some whisky to help this one go down…
Dark border in the front garden, I’ve never seen so much colour in it! Haha, more needs to be added next year.
My large pot by the front door, crammed with Irises, looks amazing.
Muscari is almost there…
As is the Anemone
The growth is just a few days has shocked me, these Allium are so much larger
Snake’s Head Fritileria
Black Currant leaves opening
The only ‘prins claus’ to have survived – the smaller one on the right
Sweet Pea seedlings have been pinched out
Autumn Cherry is finally in flower…
Clematis ‘willy’ buds almost open
The big Bumbles are out now, plenty of Queens seen
And the smaller Honey Bees too
I even managed to have some washing out to dry…
I’ve no idea where this white Anemone has come from… I bought only the blues, but it’s very welcome!
First 2 spotted Ladybird in the garden.
Nature can be so cruel sometimes…
I found this Queen by the door, I noticed the cobwebs and knew something was wrong. On closer inspection I thought a spider had got her…
I hope she survives, I tried to get rid of the tick/mite for her, but she flew away.
Wolf Spiders were out in force today…
Urgh, is anyone else itching now after seeing that poor Queen Bee??