We haven't been that good at posting photos of our own garden recently. But that doesn't mean not much has been happening, in fact it's the other way around. It is summer after all and it's easy enough to get so immersed in doing things in the garden that taking photos gets sidelined.
Plus there's also a little element of being temporarily selfish too, taking delight in keeping most things to oneself and having a breather from sharing what you see, of one's own personal space.
But time's up now for being selfish and here's a quick look of how our jungle is looking like in early July, with photos taken at dusk today.
The lighting contrast was less than ideal this evening and many of the shots we took turned out blurred. Thankfully a good chunk still turned out fine and good enough for sharing.
We've been having so much rain recently, not that unusual for Britain of course and the ferns especially have been loving it! Much to our delight...
Some cutting back on the other plants in the jungle needs to be done in a week or so but we're mostly satisfied how things are growing so far.