But the asparagus season is already over, we could always eat far more than I manage to grow.
The potted citrus trees have been put outside for the summer.
I sprinkle white foxglove seeds all about the garden. They often pop up in unexpected places and sometimes the bees have pollinated them from the wild foxgloves in the woods and I have to pull up shades of pink and red and put them on the compost heap.
It's lovely to walk around the garden at the end of the day.
This morning I was busy with the shears trimming the bay and box and rosemary.
But the month of June is really all about roses.
Here are Constance Spry and Charles de Mills - what a pair! (Actually, Charlie boy is a bit of a thug unless his roots are controlled.)
Everywhere I look there are roses.
The bees are happy.
A rather scruffy Cinderella.
The Queen of Denmark
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Charles de Mills
Plenty to pick in celebration of British Flowers Week.