The Sweet Peas our out in full force and the spring warmth has sent the rainbow chard bolting.
My old (roadside rubbish) wicker chair has a little hidey spot next to the Sweet Peas.
Lunch times in this spot are warm and sweet smelling.
Gardener's note: Sowing Sweet Alyssum (the white flowers along the raised bed edge) is a tip I read in a permaculture book to encourage pollinators and beneficial bugs to the garden. I have certainly found that the white flowers are the best and I have so many bees in the garden, that things get pollinated as soon as they open! The seed was sown directly around the edges and germinated very quickly and flowered within a few weeks. Its a fabulous plant! Highly recommended in the veggie garden!