Just a few pots not a lot of room to walk!
Beth. Butter wouldn't melt in her mouth. A rare moment for her to stay still long enough to take a photo although she did turn her back on me.
I had another hard day digging up yet more ground elder and as I will have to revisit and perhaps use systemic weed killer on any new shoots, I decided rather than re plant I would use the space to ease my pot crisis.
A view across my mini pond/Hosta bed to the corner by the steps that I had been working so hard on.
This Campanula self seeded in a wall and I kept the seed and produced many more plants which are dotted around the bottom of the roses in the Box boxes. I like plants for free.
This Foxglove is such a lovely colour I think it must have been from a seed packet because mostly my Foxgloves are the wild variety.
Just a few Delphiniums I lost some last year and have replanted but not such a good display this year. I have masses of seedlings doing very well for next year, in fact too many. When Delphiniums start to drop, the petals are good for drying. I keep some and they have been used for confetti over the years, so much nicer than paper confetti and they keep their colour well.
A shot up the garden shows the Lavender coming out and the Campanula. I still can't get the definition I would like in these sort of shots.
Mike was amused at these two pidgeons they were feasting on the fruit on the Amelanchier trees. Many birds like these fruits and because the growth is not very strong they do all sorts of somersaults to get at the fruit.