I got some sweet pea seeds earlier this year from our local seed-saver group meetings. Those seeds germinated so well on clay soil of our garden and were lucky not be eaten at all from dreaded pests. Starting last month, we started to collect these sweet pea seeds. Some of the seeds will be travelling to Phoebe's Ballynoe Cottage. We also will like to share these sweet pea seeds to make a new home in 3 gardens anywhere on this planet earth (randomly from comments).
Drying seed pods.
Direct-sowed sweet pea seedlings.
Very fragrant bright red sweet pea flowers.
When I look up at the clear blue sky under the arch, I imagine many colourful butterfly dancing.
We let the flowers to develop into pods to collect seeds later.
Although it is not the season for tree dahlia to bloom, we had a few flower blooming during this spring season.