There has been a few sunny warm periods of day recently but its has been combined with very heavy rain and even snow. It’s the Northern Ireland early spring weather mix up.
It was so windy that it made clearing tables and taking photos a challenge.
This was taken a while back in the last days of summer. It’s staring to break into spring in Ireland, clocks are soon to change and life goes up a gear.
A friend advised that it is likely a ‘bluebell’ which was also a very comon plant in that area in which it was taken. Either way, I hope it does well.
There is also a lot of moss from my garden in there as a substitute for soil, only about 20percent soil in this jar.
This wild garlic I acquired a few months ago was starting to look poorly on the windowsill and was getting too large for its pot. It has be inserted into a small glass bottle now with whatever soil it had, combined with soily moss from my garden.
Hopefully this will keep it moist enough and give the ability to keep growing or at least stay alive.
New chair for the newly decorated room, someone likes it the most; apparently.