Do you have the lovely scented variety, or the perennial variety that look good but have no scent?Re Sweet Peas, I guess I am luckier than some posters, this year is the best year ever and they have spread along one side of the garden, it is really a pleasure to see them.
I don't have cherries but the gooseberries are just starting to ripen but they aren't as big as last years crop. Raspberries and redcurrants are the most prolific I've had. I just need to pick them when they ripen before the birds get them.It seems to be a bad year for cherries in the Durham area. I have 4 cherry trees with about 20 cherries between them. There may not be that many left if we get the dreaded June drop ! There are over 20 cherry trees around my village & only one has a few cherries on it. On the other hand my 2 apple trees are loaded. Flowering plants are also looking a bit sorry for themselves. Last week we a day of 24c & the next day it was 13c. Welcome to a British summer, so unpredictable.
Did you know it was called a strawberry moon? No neither did I nor why it got that name. Good photo though, now to start singing and tap dancing....all together now, By the light of the silvery moon(please substitute strawberry for silvery if you want to) I used to croon..........Love this photo of the moon this month Pete took it as I am useless.