Wordless Wednesday – Beautiful meadow

Well almost wordless, the field outside the garden is looking amazing, I wanted to share its beauty with you.

Looking out of the upstairs window (ironing today so this is what I can see

Looking out of the upstairs window (ironing today so this is what I can see

Lots of Verbascums looking stately

Lots of Verbascums looking stately

Pink, yellow, white - Malva, Verbascum and wild carrot

Pink, yellow, white – Malva, Verbascum and wild carrot

The same flowers throughout but with a different percentage of each in different parts of the field

The same flowers throughout but with a different percentage of each in different parts of the field

The cool, wet July has allowed this to happen!

The cool, wet July has allowed this to happen!

25 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Beautiful meadow

  1. I love your long view. The field looks so full of cool stuff, and I do like the extra rain look better than the bone dry….
    Is this field fallow or has it been uncultivated for a while? Also what happened to the bushes? sorry so may questions 🙂

    • The field belongs to our neighbour and it hasn’t had anything but sheep on it (and that rarely) over the last 10 years. I doesn’t even always get cut down which it should as it could be a bad fire risk, because of the extra rain this year there are definitely more species flowering. Sorry, what bushes? Christina

  2. Finalmente posso vedere il prato che mi dicevi! Hai fatto bene a metterlo in un post! anche io ho visto molti prati meravigliosi… questa sarà un’estate indimenticabile!

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