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Aaron, Jackie, and I continued tidying up the garden this morning.
Daffodils still glow all over;
the new generation of honesty crops up everywhere;
and the Anemone albas are spreading nicely in the Weeping Birch Bed.
Jackie has weeded around and cleaned the little cistern pond, thus revealing the frogs and Jattie’s sculpture.
The lamp glowing in the sunlight is one of the snake’s head fritillaries Jackie has added to those already shining in the Cryptomeria Bed.
A peacock butterfly tried in vain to look invisible on the gravel of the Heligan Path which joins
the south end of the Brick Path.
Bees continue to plunder the pulmonaria.
I had a fairly lengthy conversation with a young collared dove taking advantage of Aaron’s fencing.
and sparrows were far too busy gathering nesting material to chat.
This evening we dined on Jackie’s delicious lamb jalfrezi and special fried rice; followed by apple pie and custard.. She drank sparkling water and I drank Cimarosa limited edition Shiraz 2014.