Like it, like it, like it.
Blue poppies and candelabra primulas will be over, but always lots to look at.
Have tea at Bettys while you're there. If your'e too late, have Dinner in Harrogate at the big Bettys
My mum and sister are going Tomorrow to Bakewell show on a bus trip.
I'm working for the rest of the week.
I have seeds off my aquilegias. Mainly doubles and pom poms. Raspberry ripple and nora barlow are separate. Also a very tall yellow and pink single that grew to over 5 ft.
Also angelica seed red stems , green football heads, suit a wild area, loved by hoverflies.
What variety are you growing?
I have Swift F1 and the females are only just showing, nowhere ready to be pollinated.
We have had two of those across the lawn, one either side. They are at least 30 year old, so pretty robust. The line prop is longer so the sheets get elevated higher than 2.4m.