As June bids a farewell the garden is beginning to change again.  June saw every spectrum of green on display with the emergence of lush foliage and plants gaining height.  

The promise of wall-to-wall orange looked hopeful when the Geum burst into life last month.  However, since deadheading them they appear to have ceased providing us with their little rays of sunshine which is a complete stark contrast to this time last year (and right through to November).  I guess gardening isn't an exact science and plants will always surprise you.

That said, other borders are beginning to spring to life with the hint of colour from a primarily pastel pallet.

We visited GW Live 2019 and were very restrained...just purchasing a selection of Hostas, Ferns and Allium bulbs.  

As we say goodbye to the Blue-tits who have fledged and left their nest, we say a fond hello to the new population of frogs that appear to be all over the garden - which is great!

All in all a rather successful month.


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