This week the poached egg plant flowers have been providing a wonderful warm looking patch on the plot when the flowers unfurl in the sunshine.
It freely self-seeds to grow again each year. I also scatter a packet of seed over the area just to make sure.
Another popular name for this plant is meadow foam, and there is a very aptly named egg-white variety called Meringue.
Have a good weekend!
[I shall try and find the previous Plot plants posts to list in the next post I do in this occasional series.]