Just because it's June, June, June!
This is exactly how I feel about my garden right now. But I try not to sing and dance about like this when I'm out there because I don't think the neighbours would join in.
|A few weeks ago|
The first Poppy of the year emerges in my garden.
I'm trying hard to resist taking photographs of her everyday.
|Nigella/Love in a Mist|
Poppies to come!
I love bee spotting in the chives.I can watch them for ages, getting soooo close to them and they are not bothered.
They are not as interested in me as I am of them.
I've been having fun playing with the slo-mo feature on my phone:
The chive flowers are quite a feature.
Simple, beautiful, yummy and the bee's paradise.
I can't remember what this is, but it got roughly pulled from the ground in the front garden a year or so ago, and is now happy and healthy in the back garden.
Having waited for around three years; it looks like the Buddleia may finally flower.
|Buddleia buds and Bokeh Daisies|
The apples are on their way all of a sudden.
I was disappointed to see that our Rosemary has lost most of the flowers because
I thought I would have a go at making Wild About Here's Floral Butter.
I don't remember these Poppies from last year. I think they are Poppies.
I'm looking forward to finding out soon.
I don't like cutting the grass now, because the Daisies are so pretty, but my little man assures me that they will come back.
And they do.
He has also noticed that little buttercups have started to grow in the grass.
Now I don't plan things very well. I throw things in, where I can find a space and then move them later if I need to. I don't think I am very good at garden design or anything, so I'm always surprised when things actually work out.
I am pretty pleased with the look of this area of the garden right now.
Totally not done on purpose; but I'm loving what's happened over time.
|Note the bees in the Thyme and the Fennel is returning from last year!|