The front garden is very small so it didn't take long to clear the steps and path. I'm a Yorkshire woman, so nothing was wasted - I put the cut flowers in the house.
This dainty-looking everlasting pea is actually a bit of a thug, it has taken over the Rosa Mundi rose, but it looks so pretty that I hadn't the heart to pull it out.
There is a path here somewhere!
This untidy rose grows through the railings in the front garden. It flowers for a short time only, and as you can see, the blooms are nothing special. Even so I am very pleased to have it because I grew it forty or so years ago from a small sprig gathered from the wall of the derelict watermill further down the dale.