June Acceleration Part 2: The White

We are looking for the pause button on June, or at least the slo-mo setting that makes it last for, oh ever…

There is a hedgeline on land near us which has grown into a row of mature trees and right now the Rowan and Hawthorn have have turned it into a wall of White.

Looking at one of our Hawthorns

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we can see how the blossoms cover the branches, completely covering the leaves

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our bees are happy.

The high light of June casts sharp shadows

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and emphasises the secret shady places

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Our orchard mini-meadow, where this tulip flowers

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is so vibrant that some of last year’s seed have migrated to a hard gravel path next to a shed. This Ox-eye daisy is currently about five feet tall and still going up

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Promise of peas

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More white blossom

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Claire is a Speckled (with White) Sussex and is proving an excellent mother (again)

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and our Silver Fox rabbits really show off their Silver in the June sun

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