End of May the never ending autumny spring turned into Summer, creating lots of green to grow and colours to emerge. Some of it has come and gone already, but right now the honey bees (and some solitary (bumble)bees are feasting in our garden. Currently we’re at peak roses (some of which we didn’t cut in time and therefore decorate the apple tree). In contrast to last year, when there was no rain for weeks and weeks in Spring, the new plants are growing and blooming (and of course completely forgot the names of the plants).

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