A few weeks back I shared my excitement with you at some flowers I had planted showing their first signs of life:
This photo below was the then taken about three weeks later, I couldn’t believe how much they had grown and how exciting gardening was. I also couldn’t believe how quickly I somehow managed to start killing the lavender.
Now here they are below, taken earlier today, looking like they’re making a break for it out of their plant pot!
Some of them now have buds on the ends that look like they will start flowering soon. Have to say I think I timed the planting perfectly!
These flowers were a Christmas gift from O’s aunt, they’re from a company called BeeBombs. They sell packs of native wildflower seed bombs, which can be planted pretty much anywhere and grow into flowers that help bees thrive. I think it’s a great idea.
We got two packs so we’ve planted one in this pot and spread the other round the communal garden at the back of our flat. I just hope the building maintenance team don’t cut the grass any time soon!