It all started when a wooden trellis collapsed. This meant that the rambling roses could no longer ramble and the place looked a proper mess. It was cleared out and the idea of a wild patch took shape. Well, wild it is. It still looks a mess but there's an objective there. Nothing has been planted yet things grow. I am constantly looking out for new growth and trying to identify what it is. My particular favourites are the foxgloves and the yellow poppies.
At the back of the patch the thistles grow and when the sun shines I love to watch the bees at work. I wonder why they never get stung!
The last two pictures are not in the wild patch, but the flowers weren't planted either. The blue harebell has obviously seeded itself from birdseed. I'm not sure about the other.