Wildflowers

Me and Joe have always loved gardening, and in all of the houses we have shared we have had a little bit of outside space to grow whatever vegetables and flowers we fancied.

Before we left Plymouth we planted garlic, peas, parsnips and courgettes. As well as sunflowers, sweet peas and wildflowers. Leaving behind all of our seedlings was actually really difficult.

This is why I was pleased to see so many wildflowers growing around our little caravan.

It is mostly buttercups but there are a few others; cow parsley, forget-me-nots, pink clovers, foxgloves, and quite a few others.

 

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