|Oot the front|
The front was in danger of being overrun by sticky willy (this is where my almost total lack of knowledge regarding plants that are not vegetables should become apparent), so I hoiked out as much of it as I could without also taking out more desirable specimens. Old friends such as dandelions and docks were abundant, although much less so once I'd finished.
Daffs are very much in retreat.
Whereas what I take to be tulips are a riot of colour.
I'm guessing these white things are snowdrops?
The chives I planted out in the autumn are having to co-exist with some other species!
The sage and rosemary have a bit more space to themselves.
We've also got an (unpictured) mini bay tree, some thyme and the above, which is sweet cicely. This stuff is fantastic, it comes back year after year having lived in various pots. It has a great aniseed taste and can be used to reduce the amount of sugar required in various preparations and preserves.
Any advice, or particularly recommended sources of wisdom on actual house gardening as opposed to allotment gardening would be most welcome. I reckon we've got at least a bit of an idea when it comes to veg these days, but stuff you can't eat remains, for the most part, a total mystery!