Sorry I am late for Green Thumb Sunday this week...
I FINALLY managed to cut my lawn; it was actually dry for most of Saturday with a bit of a breeze and I didn't tear the grass to shreds too badly. It's nice to see it looking like a lawn again and not a meadow. This pink plant is doing well in my borders; I've forgotten what it's called :(
Another unknown plant fills my old Belfast sink. I love the tiny and delicate white flowers it produces.
The Rose of Sharon is cut back HARD each year but it never bears grudges and keeps on glowering!I always remember how my mum was laid up for a month trying to dig up a Rose of sharon bush she no longer wanted! It taught me that these plants fight back!
I liked the way the sunlight was playing through the leaves of some of my grasses.
The herbs are doing better for a cutback but I think my mint has had it! I stuffed a big handful of herbs up my chicken's bottom before roasting it along with a lemon...mmm, smelt delicious!!
We have lots of tiny frogs in the rockery! Smaller than my little finger nail but so perfect. I love them!
This will be my last post before (hopefully) going away; it will be mid-August before I'm back. Take care and happy gardening!