The lipstick red camellia tree is done but the white azalea bushes near the front steps have only begun.
My euphorbia has gone mad in the front rockery, where I pause to clean up the beds a bit after pruning out dead branches in my rosemary bushes down below.
Later today, I'll plant the primroses back into shady dark ground for the summer so they will be ready for their next cycle. In the back garden, my lettuce and onions are ready for an endless stream of salads. It is a beautiful day and, after we're back from the museum, we'll be able to eat dinner on the back terrace. Utter simplicity!