May 1st, and time for a new garden challenge them from Jude. This month its wild flowers, this is what she says.
‘This month i want to see wild flowers found in the hedgerows, woodlands, farmland, meadows, by the coast, up a mountain, on a heath and even in your own garden. Basically plants that haven’t been planted, but occur naturally, although specifically planted wild flower meadows can be included. Wild flowers provide food for humans and wildlife and are usually hardy, resilient and well adapted to the climate and soils, and yes, sadly often referred to as weeds.’
So my first entry is this sea thrift, it’s one of my favourites, I love how it thrives on virtually no soil, clinging tenaciously to rocks, its deceptively delicate flowers reaching for the sun.
If you’d like to join in this month, visit Jude’s garden challenge page to find out how.
8 thoughts on “May, wild flowers”
Gosh, years since I have clapped eyes on sea thrift!
Thanks for reminding me Gilly. I saw lots in the Algarve xx
So pretty, Gilly. I never heard of this before, but I love the name. 🙂
One of my favourites, can’t wait to see some this year. And I love the angle you have taken this shot from. Thanks Gilly 🙂
Beautiful image of this special flower! Love the pink color. I don’t think we have sea thrift here. 🙂
Lovely start to this months theme Gilly and I love the composition. Now to go look through my archives…
If you’re gonna be a flower – be a sea thrift – Love it!
Just lovely … I’m not familiar with these flowers, but I love their delightful pink blooms heading skywards 🙂