Well this is going to be one of these really speedy posts due to better weather, a zillion things to do, new bags and ancient history.
After what happened to me earlier in the year, discussed in previous post, I've been different. You know good 'different'.
So there I was tending to my darling plants:
My fig is starting to grow figs:
My Mother's hydrangea are still looking perky. Not my favourite plant, by any means, but good 'fillers' in any patch.
And my pelargoniums are sprouting more blooms and less leaf, thanks to a tip I learned recently that if you want more flowers, take out large leaves once a week, so that all parts of the plant can receive sunlight, water just inside the rim of the pot, not the plant itself, and constrict the roots so they produce more flowers by planting them in small pots arranged within a big pot.