A stroll through the garden is music to one’s eyes..
Sakura on the drive..
Accacia flowers from the patio’s tree mix their aromas with the huge wisteria that overwhelms the senses
We have a wide variety of Sauges, quintessential to Provence
Borage in the kitchen garden, an essential green fertiliser. The flowers are edible, and they look quite cool in ice cubes (they keep blooming throughout the summer)
An early lavender variety, most only bloom in June
Oignons in the kitchen garden, have decided it’s very decorative, so we eat the bottom bit, and keep the flowers as deco in the kitchen
Strawberry flowers are rather scrutinised, for what comes next!
Woad, an indigo producing plant
Mustard in the kitchen garden
Fennel in the kitchen garden
Marigold in the kitchen garden