No bird sound tonight with my, later in the evening, garden wander with a camera, little traffic noise either. I love this silent time in the garden almost as much as with full bird sound. It almost feels secretive as you look around, like I shouldn’t be wandering around my own garden. I’m guessing others may understand what I mean 🙂
As is my plan for 30 Days Wild this year, I am not planning posts ahead. On queue the photos I’ve captured tonight have tied in with the day. Just how does that happen? I’ve many plants to pick from but each night/morning particular ones draw me in. Here’s my contribution tonight…
Colour of the day was purple, my favourite colour, 3x gift bouquets to be precise.
Checking in on the clematis from yesterday’s post – it’s flowering well 🙂
Plant of the day was the Lupin from my Mum’s friend’s garden, bees loved it!
Added this year, above pre Chelsea, I had no idea this was making a come back.
Reminiscing with an old friend, Erysimum linifolium ‘Bowles’ Mauve’ 🙂
So nice to see it this evening, so nice to see so many familiar faces today xo
Ha-ha… and just when i thought there was no wildlife in the garden 🙂
How I spotted this in lower light I’ve no idea… serious reminiscing here 🙂
Wishing you happy reminiscing in your garden, be it silent or noisy! Tonight, the trail camera is pointed towards the hedgehog feeding station entrance (Hedgehog Manor). Will I see diners in the morning? I’d say a mouse for sure, hedgehogs a maybe. I reminisce often about hedgehogs visits in the garden. Here’s one of my favs from a hedgehog house my daughter made in High School as an exam project 🙂
This post was published by Shirley for shirls gardenwatch in June 2018.