Raindrops on roses.
At long last it is raining! The garden and I are very happy because we have had at least a month without a drop of rain.
Yes, this is a case of raindrops on roses….but
…… I couldn’t find a kitten, so a tulip will have to do instead.
Wandering round the garden, between showers, I found raindrops on Hemerocallis with Brunnera Jack Frost
Heuchera collecting raindrops in the centre of the leaf.
I caught these on Euphorbia melliferra before they could slide off.
Raindrops on the honeysuckle over the arbour in the back garden.
There is a raindrop hiding in the sedum on the alpine scree.
Raindrops on Aquilegia semiaquilegia on the scree.
My photo of a hellebore with raindrops before coming in as it was raining again!
What a difference it makes when the grass has just been cut. Everything is looking bright and perky after our showers.
We have more rain promised for tonight, the garden will be very pleased and so will I. I miss it when we have such a long spell without any rain, most of my plants are ones that like a damp soil, but the last few weeks were so dry, some of then were beginning to look miserable!
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