I spent the morning in the garden, pruning, deadheading, weeding. How satisfying it is. I had my camera with me and snapped photos as I moved around. The job is not yet finished, but good progress has been made.
Lavender is at its best just now. I hate cutting it, but want some to dry. I have a few plants in out-of-the-way places that I'll clip and let the others have their day(s) to shine.
This no-name rose blooms prolifically in the front garden.
I enjoyed my morning tea outdoors, accompanied by the first bouquet of sweet peas.
The Bolero Rose smells wonderful and its intricate whorls of petals are fascinating.
Feverfew grows everywhere. If it sprouts up where I don't want it, it's easy enough to pull out. And it fills blank spaces beautifully.
The jasmine is a frothy mass of scented blooms just now. That's a mirror to the lower left.
Cheerful Gerbera daisy.
A pot of lobelia and asters. With a healthy weed not seen until the photo was taken.
Linking with Floral Bliss, hosted by Riitta of Floral Passions.