A-Z Challenge-A-A-A

My contribution to this week’s AAA challenge.


Again ventured into the garden to find some A’s


Our Apple tree is coming along nicely with fruit…


in various stages of development.

agapanthus_0363However, my favourite is our Agapanthus.

With warmer weather approaching they should all bloom in the near future.




by frizztext

19 thoughts on “A-Z Challenge-A-A-A

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  2. those look to be very fine apples, Woolly, and the agapanthus – yes it used to grow in my garden in Nairobi where it had THREE seasons which was most confusing to this particular gardener.


      • You can eat at least the flowers and bulb of the wild onion. You can tell if they’re wild onion or not because they have an onion-y smell to then. I think you can eat the stems too. It’s a good thing to know if you come across them in the wilds and you’re hungry. I don’t know if they’re the same as your agapanthus or not, but the flowers, at least, look the same. Take a nip of one of the flowerlets next time you see one and let me know. 🙂


      • Then, definitely not wild onion. I had to look it up, though. Got my curiosity up. Your flower is also known as the Lily of the Nile, or African lily in the UK. So, there you have it. 🙂


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