I think I will have to uncage the Sea Holly as it has made a very good recovery. It may be too early to say but I think it may flower.
Tuesday, 21 June 2011
Thursday, 16 June 2011
......while pretending to work. I was invigilating at Blickling Hall for the NOVA sculpture trail and had time to take some photos; these are just two examples out of fifty-odd pieces.
Sunday, 12 June 2011
These are first picking from our local fruit farm and there should be many more. Pass the cream.
This is the other Sea Holly which is still in good shape, I am glad to say, and has flower buds developing.
Tuesday, 7 June 2011
I had asked Bev to keep an eye on the Horned Poppy and take her camera with her when she walked her dog. Result or what?? It really has been worth waiting for.
Meanwhile I had gone to the other end of the beach to check the other Poppy, these two plants are about a mile apart. As you can see this one is having a hard time. I think something has eaten half its bud; don`t you just love deer?
Also someone has taken the basket I had put over the Sea Holly. Not a good day until I opened my e mails, well done Bev.
Monday, 6 June 2011
The horned poppy is beginning to flower and I missed the first one and will have missed this bud today.
Had to set up sculpture at Blickling Hall Gardens for the sculpture trail which lasts to the end of June. The afternoon was taken up with a meeting for the Cromer and Sheringham Arts Festival, so no time for the twenty minute walk to see how it was doing. I should get there tomorrow.
Wednesday, 1 June 2011
One flowerhead of the Purple Broomrape in Mundesley church yard, it may be gone tomorrow as the grass is being mown.