June has been an incredibly floral month – there are a further 35 flowering plants to add to those that had flowered by 11 June, making a total of 53 this month. They are a mixture of wild plants, herbs, perennial and annual vegetables, garden flowers and shrubs. All utterly delightful!
wild rose which grows in the hedge
fat hen (Chenopodium album) self seeded wild plant
the photo is supposed to be of the chickweed below the love in a mist, it is not jlkjlkjlkj
the first self heal of the summer hiding at the base of the hedge
some grass that got into the border and flowers – doesn’t it look lovely!
the tiny flowers of the exquisite Japanese wineberry
edible lupin (lupins are normally poisonous, this plant is from Real Seeds and has an edible seed. I am trying it for the first time.)
a willow herb (wild plant) with narrow leaves
wild marjoram, just coming out and earlier than usual
Canterbury bells (from next door)
prickly sow thistle (I think) complete with LOTS of tiny insects
Latvian soup pea