I got a chance between storms to mow the lawns which was good.
But they all need mowing again since this photo was taken
My absolute favourite hosta just sprouting new leaves.
Looking through what use the be a chicken pen years ago. The tiny fruit bush cuttings I took a year ago are thriving - they loved the nice warm rain.
I weeded the raised beds - and planted Victoriana climbing peas and sowed carrots. I am hoping the mice don't eat them this year.
Some more climbing beans - another variety.
Parsnip seedlings - I'm planting some at home this year - as well as up the allotment
More blackcurrant and redcurrant cuttings - I'll transplant them next year before they get too big
The strawberry plants have gone crazy
It was all that rain and jungle weather we have had
I'll thin them out at the end of the season - but this year I'll enjoy them - you can't get too many strawberries - think of all that jam, cakes, desserts, juices - and just fabulously fresh straight from the garden
Yet another currant cuttings
Through the netting - more raised beds for veggies.
I adore this time of year - when the garden in just starting to burst - new fresh foliage - emerging flowers - and the rush of sowing seeds and the excitement of seeing new plants emerging almost daily