Posted: 11/06/2014 at 20:45
Those salvia and delphinium are both awesome shades of blue.
You know we're supposed to be logging bee sightings this year to scientists know how many there are?
My garden decided to call me a liar. I said the elder was the star, and the elder is still impressing me with its determination to feed every hoverfly in Yorkshire, but ...
Rosa 'Zephirine Drouhin' from Bluebell Nursery, a replacement for a rose from Homebase that didn't make it. So far, I've got 6 out of 10 Homebase roses looking alive, with one suddenly getting tall and trying to flower and ...
... two of those from Bluebell.
I've been squashing lily beetles on the wall where I put a little bird food each morning for months now, hoping the birds will learn to eat them. Much less damage this year than last.
My well-established "climbing" rose from Homebase, several years old, plus some brambles:
Also some birds, but they don't sit still for close-ups like that.