This month is flying by....
June is a great time of year for gardeners.... no more frost and its been much warmer in Northern Ireland (approx 65F / 18C). Plants in the garden seem to be thriving. I've lots of lettuces and have been eating salad every day for lunch (have lost 9 pounds). However, I keep forgetting to photograph my veg!
Here's a little snapshot of bits I've managed to photograph...
|Above: A few weeks ago I planted up a small Borage plant for the bees and butterflies to enjoy. It's now 4 times the size and just about to flower|
|Above: Photograph of Borage in flower last year - the insects really love this plant and the flowers are edible. They look great frozen in ice cubes.|
|Above and Below: Other plants currently in flower.|
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