A View on a Wildflower Garden

The wildflower garden is a success this year, and the bees have arrived also. Last year, its first season, wasn’t nearly as spectacular as this year. Perhaps next spring will be even more beautiful?

April 2022: A note.  The wildflower garden is no more. Neighbours mentioned that their lawn was filling with weeds. From our wildflowers. So much for naturalising. It was lovely while it lasted, and the bees loved it, too.

14 Comments Add yours

  1. Absolutely beautiful!
    Have a happy day Misky.
    🙂 Mandy xo

    1. Misky says:

      And you, too, Mandy!

  2. Polly says:

    It looks beautiful, Misky, and as you say it’s likely to look even more lush next year. 🙂

    1. Misky says:

      This is all from a seed pack from RHS two years ago. Amazing.

  3. Anne Wheaton says:

    It looks beautiful. Our ox-eye daisies have over powered everything else – looking at yours reminds me to sort ours out.

    1. Misky says:

      Sort them out in what way? I suspect they might be bullies next year…

      1. Anne Wheaton says:

        Pull a whole load out so everything else can breathe a bit.

  4. Misky says:

    Reblogged this on The Chalk Hills Journal and commented:

    These are photos of my wildflower garden. These flowers are not by accident, nor scattered by nature. A packet of seeds from the RHS and some ground work produced this lovely invitation for bees and butterflies. Flowers are also poetry!

  5. wandered over from Viv’s blog. Your wildflowers look delightful. thank you for caring for our planet this way.

  6. Marian Veverka says:

    Such beautiful colors! So that is what’s in those seed packets – they should be helpful in increasing the dwindling bee population.

    1. Misky says:

      I hope so!

  7. Beautiful! We have a “blossom trail” in my hometown that blooms luscious flowers each year.

    1. Misky says:

      Sounds lovely!

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