It's always interesting to see how plants develop so I thought I would show a few before and after shots of some plants as they have developed in the garden.
The Aquilegia / Columbine (pictured above) look great in its prime (left) and about four weeks later they're full of seed heads. This is one plant I can't bother to remove spent flowers - way too much work!
|Above: Potatoes emerge (1st June) and pictured below several weeks later (22 June).|
|Above and Below: Potatoes growing in a container with two weeks growth and some earthing up in between photos.|
|Above: Salad bed at its infancy (26 May).|
Below: Salad bed approx six weeks later in July.
|The chives keep multiplying. Above photo taken 1st June and three weeks later in flower (below).|
I'm hoping to organise my photo library soon to get more 'before' and 'after' shots - if you have any, please do show them on your blog!
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