A few days after tidying the old, neglected rose bed in my garden, this bush rewarded us with a bloom.
Isn't it the softest pink bloom ever? Please note that some of the leaves have been eaten by something (holes visible) and no, I will not be spraying the roses with pesticides or any chemical to eradicate the bugs. I will live and let live with my rose garden
New growth and strong young shoots appeared on the rose bushes within a week applying TLC !
While out birding on Tuesday evening (yes, we've started going into the bush after work to look for birds !), Grant dug out a few aloes for my garden. When in flower, these will afford the many sunbirds in my garden with precious nectar