Rather damp - again.
Thursday = Jerraday.
NOT conducive to lawn mowing, sitting out wtching the birds at the feeders.
Most of p.m. indoors. Picked a less moist window to have a look out. This caught my eye - Alchemilla alpina - Alpine lady's mantle. We acquired the "common or garden weed" vareity - Alchemilla Mollis.
just checked - it says:-
"If you want to add some cottage-style charm to your garden, plant Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla Mollis). It's an old-fashioned herbaceous perennial that, besides being beautiful in gardens, is also used in making lotions and soaps. Lady’s Mantle is a long-lived perennial flower that is fairly low maintenance and blends well with other spring bloomers. The foliage looks good all season and can make a nice ground cover under small trees."
WRONG! Another pernicious weed which arrived unherraled, tried to take over and had to be evicted.
The smaller, less invasive, Alpine version snuck in later and is MUCH less invasive. hence our tolerance of it.
Lady’s mantle (Alchemilla mollis or Alchemilla vulgaris) is an attractive perennial plant. Its soft gray-green foliage is semi-round with scalloped-shaped leaves.
Read more at Gardening Know How: "How To Grow Lady’s Mantle And Lady’s Mantle Care https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/ladys-mantle/grow-ladys-mantle.htm
Lady’s mantle (Alchemilla mollis or Alchemilla vulgaris) is an attractive perennial plant. Its soft gray-green foliage is semi-round with scalloped-shaped leaves."
ONCE was enough - NO eye Deer where the rest came from.
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