The red valerian (centranthus ruber) that I replanted into the stone feature seems to be doing well as it now has a handful of stems in addition to the main, about to flower, one.
The wonderful looking love-in-a-mist (nigella damascena) flowers are starting to appear.
The first lot of knee high broad beans Karmazyn now have lots of flowers on them. The second lot are, as you can see, noticeably less nibbled, and I’m going to sow a third lot during June.
This morning I was surprised to see this big, and early, blackberry flower, and standing by the raspberries I could see numerous bees buzzing, including several bumble bees, and plenty of ladybirds.
Happy gardening, and have a good weekend!
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