Lettuce (two sorts)
Beetroot leaves ( as salad)
and the odd raspberry!
Just back from a couple of weeks away and I can’t believe how beautiful the garden is looking. The roses and lavender scent the air and there is colour everywhere I look.
This is the front garden with the lavender out….
The magenta Lychnis was grown from seed by Sarah Warren – thanks Sarah they look magnificent!
These little triandrus daffodils are called “lemon drops” – triandrus means more than one flower per stem apparently and we love them – another find from the minature bulb company
Ive never got excited about tulips before but these Mt Tacoma tulips have a lovely shape and long lasting double flowers despite the unseasonally hot weather.
The amazing warm sunny weather we are having has enabled us to enjoy eating al fresco several times recently…
Morning coffee with the newspaper
Tea for two…
Supper with Jen
Doesn’t it look bigger?
From the far side of the stream…
How beautiful is the new greenhouse
Across the garden from the old greenhouse…
We love the changes!