Sunrise, Ladybird and A Bee

16 Mar

It has been a glorious day and a local photographer caught the sunrise over St Michael’s Mount. With his permission, I share it with you here.Thank  you,  Kris.

We have spent most of the day outside in the sunshine which was actually warm on our faces – gardening, reading and soaking up the rays. A Ladybird joined us.

Our Pak Choi is still going strong and we are using the leaves. Does anyone know if we can eat the buds and flowers as one does with Purple sprouting broccoli ?  The bees have been busy all over the garden today.


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4 responses to “Sunrise, Ladybird and A Bee

  1. Susan Hill

    March 19, 2020 at 2:58 pm

    Yes you can eat the flower shoots, they are delicious! Di and I always look forward to the flower shoots on our chinese mustard plants in the poly tunnel and the cavolo nero shoots outside. Almost better than the leaves we originally grew them for…

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  2. Arkenaten

    March 16, 2020 at 8:57 pm

    Beautiful sunset photograph.

    BTW, your bee is a hoverfly or drone fly – Eristalis Tenax.
    (I know, I’m just a smarty pants know it all!)

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