Through the Garden Gate July 2018
Only a few days ago I was admiring the range of cosmos in the garden, they looked so good against a miniature buddleia and being in a rush I didn't have time to grab the camera. I did however manage to pick some to bring inside so I can still show you!
Ths is the first heavy rain we have had for ages, it's a bit strange looking out through a wet spattered window for a change! It's certainly good to see some rain, although the accompanied gale force winds aren't so welcome, they have played havoc in the garden and I haven't had a chance to discover the true extend of the damage caused.
|Black Knight Buddleia, Annual Mallow and Persicaria|
|Persicaria and Verbascum chaixii Album|
|Persicaria with Echinops|
|A selection of scented geraniums with geranium ivy ruby twist|
|Verbascum chaixii Album much loved by the bees|
|Sweet peas still in flower|
|The cutting patch|
|Thses Borage flowers have been constantly humming with the sound of many visiting bees.|
In contrast the neighbouring fields and edges of the cliffs are tinged with gold.
Back again soon!