The Garden – a photo review of the summer so far

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I know it isn’t over yet but I had quite a few photos taken over the last three months that capture the light and some of the plants we have grown and allowed to self sow this year.

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A self-sown borage plant in amongst the potatoes.

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My very favourites catching that early June light.

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Beautiful foxgloves. The white were planted by us, the pink joined the party themselves.

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Shining star with a deep green backdrop. This is a Geum flower following the sun.

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Evening light on Campanula.

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A helping hand.

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The first Dahlia flower from ‘Karma Choc.’ This plant is a stunner.

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First tomatoes.

And not forgetting this…..

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‘Bellus Buddii.’

Hope your summer is floriferous and warmer than ours!

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2 Responses to The Garden – a photo review of the summer so far

  1. Mary-Lou says:

    ‘Bellus Buddii.’ by far my favourite. The dark dahlia is lovely. Great capture of the bee. I caught a bee in flight yesterday but nothing this fantastic. SO envious of your Foxglove.

    • mel says:

      Thanks. I love taking photos of the garden and when the light is right it’s even better.

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