Each Tuesday I take a look at one view of my garden and follow its progress through the seasons. (Do join me if you can! Just leave a link below).
Not much has changed since last week, except that many of the plants in this area are beginning to look a bit frazzled (along with the gardener!). In addition, harsh light is making photos a bit tricky. But here is my view for today…
This is the driest part of the garden, and despite giving it a good drink with the hosepipe on two occasions, it is suffering from the heat, drying winds and lack of rain. No rain in the forecast as yet either…
Looking through the Acer I can see some orange blobs next to the Aruncus…
The Day Lilies have opened!
You can see the view better from the opposite direction in the morning light.
Another highlight today is the Stipa gigantea next to the red Lychnis coronaria.
Lychnis sow themselves all over this slope and, as they are pretty drought tolerant and love sun, I let them take over to fill the gaps.
If we don’t have rain soon I will have to switch to the south rockery for my view next week, as this south-west side will have only burnt offerings I fear!
Is it hot where you are? If so, what is standing up to the heat in your garden best this week?