|a living green roof - a great way to support pollinating insects|
without taking up space in the garden
I'm sure that this year there are more bats than usual and more moths too - or maybe it's just that I've taken the time to notice them.
I must confess that temporarily being unable to drive, weed, paint, clean or read (much) because of a problem with my neck, I have taken a lot more notice of the world around me. For example, the wild flowers on road verges are much easier to spot from a car window if I'm not trying to point a vehicle in the right direction, as are birds of prey hovering above cornfields and the occasional small furry disappearing into a gully.
|Snail on meadow plant - any help identifying the species gratefully received|
|Mullein moth caterpillar. Isn't he handsome!|
Good old Mother Nature