A bit of a wander around our gardens today. Starting off in the back garden, where the lavender has come into flower. It partitions off our table and chairs sitting area. A lovely perfume and lots of interest from the insects.
A climber climbing.
And another brand of lavender.
Fuchsias: always attractive and easy to grow. They are quite happy to stay outside during Cornwall's winters.
Spikey has had some adventures, was in the front garden until some idiot, for want of a better word, threw the plant into the river for some inexplicable reason. But Spikey survived and even flowered - which is unusual. I'm told they only usually flower every ten to twenty years.
Moving on swiftly to the front garden. We are lucky in having trees and a small river on the opposite side of the road.
An abundance of petunias of differing colours.
A neat and tidy fuchsia with lots of flowers.
A young hydrangea and daisies squabbling over who should have the most space.
A few pansies en masse ...
… and a few more self seeded pansies - look at their happy little faces.
Hydrangeas starting to come into pastel shades of colour.
A bit of a gaudy petunia.
And a fuchsia to finish off with.
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