The heatwave has made everything bloom and all the flowers are now opening their buds.
The irises are starting to appear as well.
It is a bit pity that up here in the north they are annuals and need to be replanted each year.
After a cool start of July we are finally going to have a heatwave up here in the north. Luckily I have a week of from the office and able t enjoy it in the summer cottage.
The corn marigolds (Glepionis segetum) are at their best and I really like the yellow cloud they have formed.
Maybe next year I will plant them to a bigger area to allow them to give even better show.
The perfect time to harvest dill. No yellow leafs yet.
I tried a new variety called Mammoth this year and it seems to be doing quite well. Dill is a bit un predictable to grow but have managed to do well several years in a row now.
I usually collect the harvest at this time of the year and freeze it to be used during the winter.