When I go to see my old neighbour Jean, she makes me tea in a proper cup and saucer. Lovely.
Nasturtiums. I like these a lot. They go crazy, especially the climbers. Very cheerful, and tasty too.
My lovely ex father-in-law brings me this back from France a lot. It's very nice. Roche Mazet | IGP Pays d’Oc
Also all over my garden. I much prefer this to the bunny-ear lavender. Smells better too. And the bees love it.
Now in my garden: the every cheerful verbena.
Yes, Warminster has its own Broom: Cytisus x praecox 'Warminster'
I like Clipper tea. Preferably with a slice of Victoria Sponge. Or toast and marmite.
These are not my jams but they look nice. I like simple jam jars, and none of that stupid fabric cover nonsense.
Bath Ales: great local ale, well worth a tipple.
Chive flowers - also pretty, also tasty in a salad, and bees like them - all good reasons for growing chives in your garden.