Blooming

Our cold and late spring followed by a blazing hot early summer seems to have been beneficial to all the flowers in my garden. Below are the visual treats I’ve been enjoying in July; mouthwatering. Now I’m awaiting crocosmia, agapanthus and loads more glorious oriental lilies.

On the downside my hebe and bearded iris inexplicably failed to flower this year although the plants look healthy with plenty of vigorous growth. One pot of hostas seems to have a fungal infection and has also failed to produce any flower spikes, although its sister plant elsewhere in the garden is blooming.

The old shed is in a sorry state, but its replacement was delivered this morning and I have been painting panels all day. Watch this space.  …click on pic to view large…

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