A month has passed since I last posted photos of the garden, so here are a few more.
The blue globes of echinops are so welcome as the summer progresses
Meadowsweet is a lovely plant which smells delicious; I will also use it in the dye pot later.
I wish I knew the name of this rose, which was here when we moved in and looks so lovely against the ivy.
The hot shades of helenium are always a summer joy
Saw-wort nearly ready to harvest for the dye pot
Feverfew and Lychnis coronaria – so pretty together
The scent of lavender fills the air and the bees love it
Dyer’s broom just before harvesting
The only dyer’s chamomile flowers I managed to save from the slugs & snails
Goldenrod is always welcome in my garden – and in the dye pot
Hypericum flowers profusely and spreads happily. I sometimes use the prunings in the dye pot and they give pretty yellows – as if I don’t have enough sources of yellow!