The garden is at its peak just now and brimming, no, exploding with colour, shape and textures – with life!
Each morning, I can’t wait to get out there and wander around with my camera, to see what’s new in the dew-kissed early light.
The foxglove always invites a closer look: despite its statuesque form, it’s the fine detail in each flower which draws me to it.
The rosa mundi has to be one of my favourites, no explanation needed.
The geranium pratense, or meadow cranesbill, so delicate and delish, a dancing diva.
The geraniums, planted with nepeta (catmint), all along the garden path. Chaos rules!