The weather here is lovely the sun is shining and the very old tree in a neighbouring garden has a wonderful Blackbird that lives there and sings his heart out all day long.
Although, along with shade the tree also brings sticky sap and hundreds of seedlings that have to be weeded out every year...... strange but since the Blackbird has lived in that tree I don't mind about any of those things.
Alchemilla Mollis a cottage favourite mixed with Purple Sage and Chives.
A little shady bit at the back of the garden.
This Arum Lily had become quite big so I chopped a bit off and used it in the pond as a marginal.
It didn't seem to mind.
Experimenting here with the Plum Tomatoes I'm growing this year with sacks, as I'm determined not to use plastic pots any more.
I now look in junk shops for containers and have now replace every plastic pot on my patio, I'm still looking for a few more for the containers I have at the back of the garden.
The blue Campanular has seeded itself everywhere along this border, which after this year will be changing to incorporate shrubs at the back, so if you have any suggestions for any great shrubs that have a lot of interest I would be very grateful.
Since changing the liner in my pond the water has gone a nasty green, even though I introduced oxygenating plants, maybe it needs some more, any suggestions?
More herbs and close to the Kitchen on the patio for easy picking.
A favourite seating place for me is near the pond.
This is a nice combination of planting, the white Peony and Blue Geranium.
Today I'm linking with Laura over A Place for Tea for Friday Flower