I found some yellow viola growing in a veg bed
Ceanothus which I had noticed outside my bedroom window,
Vinca major - always so blue
Zalusianskya ovata - the little white one, or night scented phlox if you prefer. I've mentioned this before but it is such a wonderful little plant. This flower was picked from a pot in my polytunnel. The pot had Tarragon growing in it and this seeded itself and took over.
and some Artemesia 'Powis Castle' to enhance them all.
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to see what everyone else has found to put In a Vase on Monday.
Conscious of the fact that I go on about the weather very often, I've posted some photos here to show that it really is very beautiful at all times of the year.
The very best thing about living in the country, and this country, is the changing seasons and the weather which goes with them.
I took a few pictures of this crow against the pink evening sky, then he just turned his head at the right time. He is a regular with one damaged foot. We call him Mr Crow.
Beautiful even on a misty, cold and foggy day.
There is still some green amongst the grey.
Though I long to be wearing fewer than 4 layers and have vases of my own flowers in each room, for now I have to enjoy pleasures of this season. Time passes so quickly that we shouldn't wish it away.
Thanks for visiting. Enjoy your day. x