Last summer we had these rather fierce looking butterflies
Old nasturtium variety, very vivid
Trident lavender. Beautiful but low yield.
August garden at home
E. angustifolia, best for medicinal use
Determined catepillars on bronze fennel
The test garden. Czech lavender and santolina in the foreground, with mullein, nasturtium, garden sage in the background.
Anise hyssop, hyssop, horseradish, rudbeckia and echinacea
Mid May. All the perennial herbs are up. Here we see comfrey, mugwort, lemon verbena, motherwort, yarrow, rue
Still mid-May. Lamb’s ears not yet blooming, medicinal primrose, vervain, bee balm
The empty spot here now holds basil and arnica. To the left is my mystery plant.
Summer in the garden
Our mayapple (mandrake) colony
The test sungarden
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