The Garden – a photo review of the summer so far


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.


A self-sown borage plant in amongst the potatoes.


My very favourites catching that early June light.


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


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


Evening light on Campanula.


A helping hand.


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


First tomatoes.

And not forgetting this…..


‘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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