The garden is looking pretty hard done by at the moment. Mostly the result of near relentless rain over the last six or more weeks. Plants are looking battered and flattened, so there are only a few that are flowering sufficiently well to share.
Anyway, first up; Hydrangea.
This bush was in the garden when we first moved in, and it sits against the wall to our neighbours property. If you didn’t know it was there it would be easy to miss, even when it’s in flower.
Followed by Pelargonium.
Add a Moon Daisy or two for good measure.
Plenty of Nasturtiums in flower now.
And not forgetting of course, Roses:
Finally our black Hollyhock continues to flower. A few years ago we grew some from seed, and now they have self-seeded and peppered the garden with their vibrant dark blooms.
Here’s hoping that next month is a little drier and there is even more in bloom.