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From my garden at this morning:

Anise hyssop:




Basil, behind red mountain spinach:




Chives start to flower:




Grape fruit mint (or then itīs catnip mint but cats arenīt fancy to it):




Spearmint:




Mojito mint:




I bought new mint but seller didnīt know what itīs variety is:



Itīs then "the mysterious mint".


Oregano:




Parsley:




Peppermint and hyssop:




Rosemary:




Lettuces grow in the frame:




Yellow zucchini:




Part of the herb garden:


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Old 17th June 2017, 09:21 AM
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Lilac is flowering:



And rhododendrons too:



Paris daisies - white:



And pink:

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A lot of flowers on the rhododendron bush at this year:










Daisies:






Lupins:




Wild flowers - meadow vetchling:



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Itīs the time of roses:



Herb bed is full. I already harvested some mints and anise hyssop to give more space to other plants.



View to the garden is quite typical how it looks at June. In the frame in the forefront is runner beans and morning glories.

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love the lupins in the field!!
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Green beans:




Peony will flower soon:




Rose bush is now full of flowers:

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After few weeks here will be flowers:



Corn flowers, poppies and asters.

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beans are looking healthy, what variety is it?!
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Bush beans (thatīs how we call it, not sure about English name)

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For being sure that those beans donīt get cold and pests or insects donīt harm them at the early stage, I used garden fabric on them at the first weeks. Seems it was a good idea. Same I done also with peas. Here have been mice (or voles) whose have eaten bean and pea seeds at the earlier years before they have germinated but not at this year.
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