The weather has been more spring-like in the last week than earlier in the month when it was much more like summer. The hot weather means that many of the roses have already bloomed and finished! During this week the temperatures have been pleasant with rain on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, which the garden and I were very pleased to see.
The Eschscholzia are busy making seed pods and some that were the first into flower are now looking rather leggy, I will remove some to allow space for what is to follow but leave the rest to set seed for autumn or spring plants to continue their presence on the slope.
Feathery fennel is adding soft textured green to the higher part of the slope.
I love the contrast of the solid form of the Teucrium to the soft feathery grass, Stipa tenuissima.
Solanum jasminoides Album is covered with flowers.
There are quite a few Salvia getting ready to make their presence felt.
Although I am posting this a day late I did take the photographs yesterday so on the correct day.
What changes are you noticing is your garden as spring progresses?