a part of a larger flower cluster of choisya, Mexican orange, with a heavenly scent
a pretty wild creeper with tiny flowers and leaves that grows up rock walls and in the lawn, name unknown but much loved
the heart of a yellow rhododendron blossom
Yesterday's glorious sunshine, after two dreary wet weeks, beckoned me to leave the studio and go outside. My garden is at its most beautiful this time of year so I took a few photos to share here - of nature's art instead of mine. Then I repotted all my tomato plants to continue to grow in the solarium for a little longer. Today's lovely too so you will find me in the garden....