The weeds have germinated in the raised bed. Actually, not all are weeds since I can recognise tomatoes and marigolds and I’m guessing there will be alchemilla, antirhinum and columbine in there, too. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #14 – 5th July 2020
Their scent is gorgeous but I don’t have the technology to share it – I guess even Bill Gates couldn’t manage that! Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #10 – 7th June 2020
New bulbs form on the tops of the stems which then bend over, allowing the new bulbs to root into the ground. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #7 – 17th May 2020
Corilopsis still dominates the North facing South wall. Continue reading Weekend Walk in the Garden #5: May 3rd 2020
Marigolds (Calendulas) are ubiquitous in this garden. They readily self-seed. They are not alone in this regard: Aquilegias (Columbine), Jacob’s Ladder, Alchemilla Mollis and Sweet William are among the other plants that pop up in strange places. Continue reading A Weekend Walk in my Garden #3: 19th April 2020.