“A gardener who knows his flowers but is ignorant of weeds now seems to me to be like half a coin, a tail without a head”

Sara Stein Β – My Weeds (1988)

After several days of bright sunshine, the rain came, refreshing the flowers, urging the seedlings into life. The “lawn” is full of wild flowers, Orange Hawkweed, various Vetches, Yellow Hawkweed, Clover and Daisies. There are so many birds in the garden; the wrens, sparrows and dunnocks have all fledged, swallow eggs have hatched. Somewhere in the woods the song thrush and blackbird babies hide in the undergrowth. Sometimes I just need to sit in the garden and be rather than do and enjoy Nature’s wild abundance!

Whatever you do today – enjoy, thanks for stopping by.