Some colour and flowers I have snapped in our garden. The hydrangeas are always good value as they seem to go on and on for most of the summer.
Below is a photo of Mrs. Perry. That's the name of the white poppy below, not my wife! The Mrs. Perry poppy was given to us several years ago by friends.
I like poppies, they remind me of sunshine. Though Mrs. Perry is white, I also like the big orange variety. Not sure what they are called - probably just poppies, as I'm not into Latin names.
And somehow a pink one has popped up too ...
Dahlia next. I just leave them in the garden year after year and up they come. It's generally quite mild in Cornwall.
A bit more colour.
Geraniums like the sunshine, but don't we all.
And some lavender, now past its best unfortunately.
Fuchsias are another plant that seems to thrive in the sunshine.
And finally roses, though not from our garden. A friend had loads so cut us a few.
Oh, and a P.S.
Regular readers may remember my post about how my wife grew an apple tree from a pip. It took eight years but there are quite a few apples now - can't wait to taste them!