Through the garden gate in June
This picture below shows the high and lows of the garden this June - roses and lots of rain!
We have had so many days of rain that many of my images are drenched with rain drops. There is a certain beauty to the droplets of rain if you take a closer look!
This was a rare moment of early morning sunlight - our solar panels have shown that the sunshine hours and power generated in June is much less than April or May, despite this the flowers have still made a colourful appearance.
It looks as if I am doing a take over the vegetable garden. My cutting garden seems to be spreading into another bed (don't tell my other half!). We have enjoyed our first harvest of rhubarb, strawberries and courgettes.
The scent of honeysuckle and roses have filled the air.....
I have been so pleased with the lupins and borage that I have grown successfully from seed and inspired by Freda I produced a big vase of flowers from the garden, Flower arranging isn't my forte, so it does looks a bit wild! What has been your favourite flower or produce this month?