Pics from a day in the garden
Cachgi bwm ar dafod y ych (bumble bee on borage) the borage has rather got away from me and taken the whole bed but the bees adore it - one of the Welsh names Wicepdia Cymraeg gives for it is 'bara gwenyn' (bee bread). I sowed it because it looked pretty on the packet but apparently it's edible - though I'm not sure I can get around the furriness!
Blodau wedi torri - the wildflowers which were SUPPOSED to be where the borage ended up but were getting smothered and the top few inches of an extremely large and top heavy foxglove from the other end of the garden which was toppling over.
Bysedd y cŵn is foxglove but some of the alternate names are lovely - I like gwyniadur Mair (Mair's thimbles)
Glas y Ŷd is cornflower - "The blue of the corn"
I don't know what the other pink one is called even in English...