I had a dream last night in which neighbouring children told me chard was not suitable for the front garden. Well, I’m not sure about that and, indeed, I might grow more there this year.
However, since noticing the other day that the anemones were starting to flower in the forest garden
I decided it was time to dig them up and move them to the front garden.
There were also a fair number of primroses, which also came out – along with the ubiquitous dandelions and a few silver birch seedlings hidden under leaves (at least this year next door won’t be donating such windfalls to me!).
There were actually more primroses than I would have ideally liked but I can always take some up if I want something I find more pleasing in the future (the primroses were here when I moved in). For now, they are good for ground cover and I don’t imagine there will be any complaints.