June is usually the most colourful month in our garden and this year was no exception. Some light rain during the month kept everything looking fresh and green.
… and next to it the Wisteria
Garden view from the west side
The perennial Wallflower flowers throughout the winter into summer.
Irises under an apple tree
The round bed is very colourful
The patch of ground next to the front door needs a good tidy up.
The side garden next to the driveway
View towards the house from the back garden
Looking towards the new gazebo
White border with Sidcot hebe and potentilla
Small white rose originating from Sunninglye
The japonica has a second flush of flowers.
We have a blackfly infestation this year
Gateway from the vegetable garden
The redcurrants have been netted against the birds.
The back round bed with shed and greenhouse
The raspberry ‘field’: these are autumn raspberries.
Dactylorrhiza (garden orchid)
Sweet Williams under the acer
A female blackbird is collecting food for her young.
Brainscapes – Secret Valley