Here is the only Scented Nightstick that survived but I have some planted in a border, although I'm not sure of they are coming up.
I really hope they do because they are just outside the backdoor and I am really looking forward to sitting outside after the sun goes down and enjoying that gorgeous smell they release at night.
Pods are emerging on my lonely broad bean plant. I had very poor germination rates this year but my seeds are a few years old:
I planted a Conference pear tree in November to act as pollinator to my Williams tree that I planted (I think) four years ago. It has done it's job because judging from these swollen flowers we might have our first pears this year!
This is the Conference:
And the Williams:
My comfrey has started flowering and this will bring many bees to the garden: