Today I ventured out into the garden. Thought it was probably safe since the rain and the winds had subsided. The sky is still very grey but all the plants are looking very lush. So here is a sampling from the Wrantz Estate.
The first offering is one of the thousands of Aquilegia that grow in our garden. As soon as they go to seed I shake the pods all around so they pop up in the most surprising places.
The next is just a little humour. This game of chequers has been on the go for several years or perhaps they are just trying to out stare each other.
Gardens are for fun. I’m certain these two are enjoying themselves.
And last of all, for the moment, is this plant which grows in my neighbour’s garden but shares the colours, shapes and style with us by hanging over the fence. Delightful. Just one problem, I don’t know what it is. It does look a bit like Holly though.
Anyone out there know what it is ?
You can just see the leaf shape which is very much like a Holly Leaf. Answers on a post card……