Daily details from the garden to bring you inspiration throughout the year
We seem to wait an age for spring, through long dark winter days and nights, and then it gallops by in a flash. It seems only a few days ago (Day 112) I was enjoying the cheerily wrinkled faces of the flowers on my honesty (Lunaria annua), and already they’re going to seed. They seem more familiar now, those translucent discs filtering the morning light and revealing the swelling seeds inside – windows into the inner reproductive workings of this particular cabbage. There’s something a bit voyeuristic about it, if I’m honest... and with this plant, I suppose that’s one virtue we should practise. I can’t look away, though.
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Hello! I’m Andrew, gardener, writer, photographer, and owner of a too-loud laugh, and I’m so pleased you’ve found your way to Gardens, weeds & words. You can read a more in-depth profile of me on the About page, or by clicking this image.