Posts Tagged garden
It’s post project. I finished! I finished, but didn’t upload until now. I really messed up the numbers and need to sort them out still as of the moment I am writing this. It’s a bit of an off putting task! But here we go…
This was taken on Birmingham University campus, a really stunning bright flower.
Two things! My first chilli and a weirdly deformed tomato. It feels good to have grown these chillies. This particular one wasn’t an intentional pick unfortunately, but hey! The tomato is my mother’s, and I wish you could find ones like it in shops!
I meant to take a picture of a blackberry today, but my very efficient mother had already picked them off the brambles in the garden. I’ll have to do that one later on!
On our way back home and we usually end up stopping at a park in Salisbury. We have never really had a chance to explore it, always keen to get back on the road, but it looks so nice that I couldn’t help have a look at little further in.
My grandma has had this apple tree in her front garden for as long as I can remember. Every year it’s so consistently producing really fantastic fruits.
I am not sure, photographically, this deserves to be number 300. But it is so there. My chilli plants are looking good, but it was time to move them all into their own pots and into the garden. So there they stand!
My partner’s Grandparents have really made an effort in their garden. It’s just a matter of finding the right angle to best view it. The cherub is called Geoffrey.
It’s getting to the time of year again where the garden is full of greenery, and the sky has basically no clouds in it. Of course this means the plants use a lot of water. I thought another close-up pattern would be nice!
So as it turns out, a lot of bluebella have grown up in the rockery in our back garden, and right about now they look fantastic. I hope you’ll agree!
As if I didn’t already have enough hobbies, here’s another one for my trouble! I have started growing chillies. I love cooking with them so I thought I would try my own ones from seed. Anyway they’ve been planted for about 10 days and I finally got the emergence of some little shoots. I must be doing something right!