Thursday, 11 August 2011

The wild-flower patch



Two photographs of the wild flower patch taken last year by Rosemary of Share my Garden, who has given me permission to post them for you to see. Thanks Rosemary.

8 comments:

Gerry Snape said...

simply gorgeous!

Heather said...

Thankyou Rosemary and thankyou Pat for sharing this delightful sight with us. It is so beautiful and really lifts one's spirits. It must be giving pleasure to so many people.

Dartford Warbler said...

Beautiful! The bees and other insects must love this garden.

John Gray said...

I planted something similar but the nettles took over

quite lovely those cornflowers
x

Pondside said...

I love the wildflowers that grow in any gravelly bit of road shoulder or rocky hillside, but never in my garden!

Dave King said...

Thanks indeed to both of you. Such sights are always welcome. My dad would have said "They do the old eyes good!"

ChrisJ said...

Beautiful wild flowers. I do love cornflowers. Thank you!

Bovey Belle said...

Isn't that lovely? There have been a couple of photos in the Daily Mail recently showing acres of wild flowers and they look STUNNING. Think how our countryside must have look in Shakespeare's time - so much has been lost.