What a week! A mixed bag weather wise, we had the lot. Great for parched lands and waterways but not so great for my fav bees, moths and butterflies. Music fest well, drowned, frozen and battered but still you can’t dampen peoples excitement and positivity. Still rocking wild.
Plants were shooting up, leaning sideways and still looking pretty and proud. Love the way tall plants dances with the wind like the verbena. The agapanthus nodding as it passes and the gladioli waving its leaf. Yes, very hypnotic.
#SixonSaturday My #Sixon Saturday don’t you think days zooms so quickly. I know it seems like we’re only talking about spring and #dahlialove and now you’re reading and seeing lovely dahlia blooms in everyones tweets. Lovely flowers all round.
My #SixonSaturday would be some of my first #freeplants, old favourites.
Hydrangea, my mum’s cutting from her garden. Proud of this one. It survived. Love it’s pinkness.
Achillea Millefolium, another of my mum’s #freeplant like cotton candy
Never cared for this plant only to water when it gets dry. Never ceases to give me joy. Amazing display always, mum’s connection. You can’t kill it.
star Jasmine for the moth. Smells of sweet vanilla. Love it. A friend’s present, another of Rae loves moth moments.
Here they are, plants that have given me joy every summer. All #freeplants. Love it when relatives and friends are into plants and always there to give you the best possible gifts to enjoy your fascinations and with so.much consideration about your flailings. #bees #moths #butterflies #notsogreenfinger
This coming week would be a much settled weather would be lovely to sit out and look for butterflies. Hope you’re participating in the big butterfly count. I am.
Now if you want to feast on other peoples #SixonSaturday please starts here.
Have fun for now.