As well as enjoying the blossom and daffodils what I always find noticeable in springtime is how fresh all the green foliage looks, especially in the sun after there’s been some rain.
The ground ivy (glechoma hederacea) which I keep within bounds along two sides of the stone feature, is apparently edible.
As I mentioned last week the poached egg plant flowers have started appearing but yesterday I noticed some white ones, presumably limnanthes douglasii ‘Meringue’. I’ve not knowingly sown any of these so wonder where they’ve come from, not that I mind as I like them.
Have a good week!
[Click on any picture to see a larger image]