This morning I was removing the swelling seed heads from the dutch iris when one broke off by mistake. Joining it is Ajuga reptans, the standard green one which has some fine flower spikes, and the white and yellow Corydalis ochroleuca aka Pseudofumaria alba, both from Alison C's garden.
The lovely dainty small white daisy with pink on the opening buds is the ubiquitous Erigeron karvinskianus. The small pink very sweet smelling head of flowers is Androsace sarmentosa Watkinsii.
For the last few days I have had this one rose on the mantleshelf. I was given it and I was totally humbled that someone who has gone through the mill recently, remembered me and picked the first rose of the season. It is called Just Joey.
Below is the tiny watering can with a couple of feathers found in the garden..
After having my own knitting on hold so that I could get on and knit the baby jackets etc., I have finished my latest pair of socks: