better weather this week and has now got a lot warmer. There was also a few hours of quite heavy rain on Tuesday afternoon which was welcome. Looking round the plot it’s a case of so far so good with everything, despite the frosty nights last week.
All the perennials are doing well and it won’t be long before the perennial cornflower (centaurea montana) starts flowering. The sedums won’t be flowering until the autumn but they have already formed this impressive looking mound.
I was surprised to see a few flowers on one of the strawberry plants but a closer look showed that they’ve been frosted as indicated by the blackened centres.
It looks like it’s going to be a sunny and warm Easter for a change so I’ll be making the most of it sowing flower seeds and generally pottering.
Have a good weekend!