It has been raining since this morning today. I sowed some flowers in our garden when it didn’t rain too heavily in the morning.
I sowed marigolds and pansies which I collected from the garden last autumn.
It’s good to sow before it rains because you don’t have to water them after sowing.
Today, it’s chilly and damp. Apparently, it’s going to be cold this weekend and the next one. We expect that we can start “proper” gardening after that.
The weather was nice yesterday, so I cleared up the fallen leaves left over from last autumn in the garden.
Under the leaves, we found Alchemilla Morris (Lady’s Mantle) which had already grown this much.
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