Thank you for your kind comments and suggestions of places to visit in Cambridgeshire. I appreciate them very much. I will be leaving this week and looking forward to my stay immensely. Hopefully the weather will hold.
Wherever I look in my garden I see flowers. Mostly in blue (bluebells, forget-me-nots, corn flowers, Spanish hyacinths), purple (Jacob's ladder, phlox clouds of perfume), pink (forest hyacinths, wallflower, lilacs, clematis Montana) and white (Salomon's seal and sweet woodruff).
In between yellow netels pop up and make it all look even more cheerful.
The tulips are almost done now and the aliums are starting to bloom. There are fat buds on the roses, rhododendrons and peonies. So much is happening. Everytime I visit I am in for a surprise.
The garden may look beautiful on the photo's, but each year I am fighting the slugs and witch grass. The slugs have started on my lupins already and the shoots of my dahlia's are not safe either. Worst of all is the witch grass. It's slowly taking over my garden. If one of you can tell me what's the best way to conquer it, I would be really happy. What problems do you face in your garden?
As I am off to the UK, next weekends blogpost may appear a couple of days later.
Have a good week!