Perhaps three months of fewer planes, trains and automobiles has lead to fewer pollution particles drifting through the air and landing on flowers and foliage. Perhaps we’ve had just the right combination of rain, sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Perhaps the garden has reached a state of harmonious joyousness. Whatever. The June garden this year is, for me, juicy. Pops and mini-explosions of colour repeating themselves left, right and centre. Height, hue, texture and shape are providing pleasing vistas and the flowers keep coming, in waves, every week.
Every Saturday, The Propagator encourages gardeners around the world to share six things that are happening in their garden. Here are my juicy six this week.
That’s my juicy six in the garden this week. Hope you have a lovely week-end. Stay safe.