the hedging plant is a dogwood, don't know which one,
the bindweed is Convolvulus arvensis field bindweed
and I think the mauve daisy, last, is Erigeron glaucus
if you boil an egg for too long it goes soft again
people are so frightened of fungus yet most of it is beneficial
I find this often happens, it will be splendid next year. We make a clear distinction between annual, biennial and perennial but the plants don't. I sowed some foxgloves very late last year, about half flowered this year and the rest are large clumps of leaves for next year flowering. Nothing wrong with your plant or your technique.
I need a fleet of gloves, extra-tough ones for shredding, medium ones for general weeding and pruning and some lightweight ones for mixing up composts. Most have a very short life.
Gloves need to be sold singly, I can always find a left hand glove with no holes but right handers are hard to come by.
Nitrile? that's pseudo-rubber isn't it. They'd last all of five minutes in my garden (as long as there were no thorny plants around.
Echinops and eryngiums are both good at colonising
you've got an echinops as well Ladybird
Victoria Sponge says:Is that eryngium, cornelly? I would have guessed echinops but I could be wrongLovely colour though. I nearly got rid of mine last year, glad I didn't...never noticed the bees on them before this year See original post
Is that eryngium, cornelly? I would have guessed echinops but I could be wrong
Lovely colour though. I nearly got rid of mine last year, glad I didn't...never noticed the bees on them before this year
You are right Victoria
That's nice Vic. and I love the brick path