Same old trees – but, I realise, not the same year after year! The problem with sticking rigidly to an end-of-the-month schedule is that the weather gets in the way. May 2021 was cold, very wet and miserable here in SE UK. This meant that tree number one, which was spectacular in May last year, had all its blossom pelted off in a few days in week three this time. The winner for May is clearly tree number 4 – a young Judas tree with glorious colour, even on such a grey day. This month (June) my money is on tree number two – the mock orange. Fingers crossed – this is a very special tree for me.
Month: June 2021
Hic sunt dracones….
And plenty of them…
Half term fun. Dragon hunting with a five year old in Brighton Pavilion.
She was less keen on this:
She refused to believe anyone had ever eaten it. In fact, I think we may be heading towards more vegetarian choices quite soon….
The most interesting thing in the Pavilion apparently has nothing to do with poor old Prinny. It is Queen Victoria’s bed – with SEVEN mattresses, carefully counted!