Sunday

THE GARDEN


SUMMER IN OUR GARDEN 
We get a lot of questions about low maintenance gardening with interest and plants for pollinators.
Below you will find some come and come again annual seeds we sow in October. Most of these plants we have sown only once and they come back year after year with not having to do anything. 
Now, how easy can that bee?
Ami Majus
Cerinthe Mayor
Cosmos
Crimson red clover
Foxgloves
Phacelia 
Honesty Lunaria
Poppies 
Alliums ( Bulb )
Crocus 

                            







 














A P R I L 2018







S U M M E R

For those that follow Grow Mayow on Instagram
you will have already seen some of these photos.  
Still, I have added some new ones too. 








We had this little fellow on the Cardoon all summer long, loving it.
Don't blame it, really! What a dream!! 


  The Cardoons also called artichoke thistle have now gone
 from the bright admired purple heads, into faded light brown, still gorgeous and full of seeds, great as winter food for birds.


Quick peek inside 


Bees just love the Echinops 



 Talking about bees, 
They had a fantastic summer, working hard bringing great harvest of pollen and nectar to our hives.





SEE YOU ALL SOON 













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