|Late flowering Clematis|
|A Clematis flower that has gone to seed and grown wild hair|
The Buddleia is covered in seeds, which the Goldfinches usually love. Later in the year we'll hopefully see a little flock of them in the bush most days. The Sunflower seeds are ready to collect. We'll keep a few for next year and give the rest to the birds.
|The Buddleia is covered in seeds|
|The Sunflower seeds look ready|
|#100DaysOfNature Day 48 - Exploded Lupin seed pods|
The Evening Primrose is still managing to flower every day, but it's running out of steam now (and running out of flower buds). It's kept going all summer and has been brilliant though.
The nettle patch has had a sudden growth spurt. After looking well chewed and a bit crispy and old, it has started growing fresh new leaves again. Not sure why, but it seems happy and I'm sure there must be plenty of bugs down there to enjoy it.
The apples are ripe and we enjoyed blackberry and apple crumble yesterday! We found this apple, which is actually two apples that have fused together. Bug Mad Girl thinks it looks like a bottom, whereas Little Brother thinks it looks like a cleavage. I guess that's the difference between boys and girls!!
|There has been a lot of discussion about the shape of this apple|