The Allotment Wife

Narcissi Delight


Lots of the little narcissi tete-a-tete on the allotment today – very cute indeed, if tiny.


There are other taller daffodils coming along too, but they’re not ready yet!



Maybe next week, eh, LOL!

The tulip bed is looking grand and I’m really excited about that one. Can’t wait to see them in bloom.


We were also surprised to see some of the alliums I planted on the off chance are on their way too, which is great. I do love alliums.


No great changes in the autumn raspberry & summer soft fruit area, but I’m sure the rhubarb is coming along:


Can’t wait for the first rhubarb crumble of the season, but I don’t think it’s going to be soon.

Our harvest today has been the leeks (which haven’t done very well but smell amazing) and those narcissi (which look really lost in that tea towel …):


However, at home, I found a tiny glass and now think the narcissi look pretty good in it – I’ve put this vase on the dining room table to brighten up mealtimes.



Have a fabulous weekend!

Anne Brooke Books


Author: annebrooke

Anne Brooke lives in Surrey, UK, and writes in a variety of genres, including gay erotic romance, fantasy, comedy, thrillers, biblical fiction and the occasional chicklit novel. When not writing, she spends time in the garden attempting to differentiate between flowers and weeds, and in the allotment attempting to grow vegetables. Occasionally, she can also be found in the kitchen making cakes. Every now and again, they are edible. Her websites can be found at:,, and (for fantasy fiction).

2 thoughts on “Narcissi Delight

  1. The flowers look lovely!
    Leeks – yummy!

    Liked by 1 person

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