The lawns beside the bee hives have regenerated post mowing. It is always something that seems to surprise new observers of grass-free lawns.
The temperature has strangely been dropping a degree every couple of days, we’ve gone from 30C to 17C in the daytime in just over three weeks (most peculiar for mid-august) and there has been plenty of rain. There aren’t that many flowers, but here’s an image.
A closer look will show some of the non-native species are continuing to put through flowers, and in the dips in the lawn the chamomile that missed the mowers blade has plenty of flowers.
I notice the lawn has something of a yellow and silver sheen from the all variegated plants and particularly the silverweed.
I imagine that this autumn will be quite golden in the lawn when the silverweed’s leaves turn colour before vanishing for the winter.