All through this blog - click or tap on a picture to open a full-size gallery (but, sorry - you won't then be able to read the captions...)!
|I'm cheating already - this picture - the view from my study - was taken yesterday evening...|
|... but all the rest are taken this morning. Here's Cupar on the front lawn. |
Sue is in charge of the flower borders.
As the daffs die down, montbresia and other herbaceous plants take their place.
|Front garden entrance from the township road|
|Allotment entrance from the township road.|
The road divides our garden ground into two parts,
and serves just 5 houses.
|The allotment from the entrance.|
Not much to see yet - rhubarb on the right. Untidy strawberry bed beyond.
The ridged-up beds are the potatoes.
|Look very closely, and you might see four rows of onion sets.|
I use a scaffold plank to walk on the beds without leaving footprints.
Yesterday, I planted a single row of carrot seed on the far right of this bed.
|In the shed - brussels sprouts....|
|... and kale. Spot the difference!|
|The un-mown areas in the wild garden are bluebells.|
There is just one brave early flower!