The lovely weather we've had lately has kept me outside rather than in, so I only have news from the gardening front. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I've realised that many of our latest posts are more about the pictures and less about the writing - something we must rectify soon. But not today.
Today, I bring you an assortment of aquilegias (amongst other greenery) from The Mother's allotment. Many of these I have actively encouraged to grow, despite them taking up room for vegetable crops. Besides, The Mother doesn't visit the allotment as often as she used to, so Inexcuseable's husband and myselves have free rein to give it a good seeing to as we see fit.
As always, click the pics to embigulate and remember that there are more after the break.
|This double pink variety, like many aquilegias up here, is growing under an apple tree|
|Oops! How did these Alliums get here?|
|A stellata variety growing next to raspberry canes|
|Close up of the stellata|
|The view south from the allotment (that's giant hogweed in the foreground)|
There'll probably be a Castlette DeVice garden-related post coming up soon, so keep your green fingers & thumbs at hand!