I worked in my garden today for three hours. Everything grows fast, weeds too! Grape hyacinths are everywhere, even on the lawn spread by seeds. It looks the best when grown 'en mass'. Isn't it the color is so beautiful?
Thanks God, the broad beans showed up at last. I already thought it never will because I sowed it some six weeks ago! Under the trees Luzula sylvatica, Greater Wood Rush, is in full bloom. This plant loves shade and is primarily used as ground cover. It spreads by stolons and quickly makes dense clusters. Although vigorous it is not invasive. Plants from the genus Luzula in nature usually grow in woods.
In the rock garden, there is one single Fritillaria. I am a bit angry with the cats visiting my garden. So many plants wilt because cats pee on them! I have many plants, some of them being rather expensive and I really have no understanding for these cats. I just don't know what to do with them.
Tomorrow, I will mow the lawn for the first time this season. It is supposed to be sunny the whole week, just about enough time to bring everything back in order.
The weather man said that the last month was one with the most rainy days ever - 24!