There are a number of wild flowers growing about the garden, sown from a packet I found in my collection. Most of them are hard to tell from weeds, but a few of them have flowered. One I particularly like looked like a mini lysianthus when it was in bud, but opened much wider and is quite beautiful – it’s the red one in the photo.
Meanwhile, I have planted out parsley and coriander seedlings. The basil is still too small. I have a few small geraniums waiting, and a couple of minute violas and petunias which have survived out of the many I sowed in early spring. The overall success rate of my little pots has been rather disappointing.
But some of the seedlings from Rhey have flowered!