For a good five minutes it buzzed around until it appeared to latch onto something with wings and flew off to enjoy its meal. I realized that the increase in water volume in the garden was probably responsible for this visit. The small wildlife pond has already attracted a pair of mating Damselflies so I shouldn't have been surprised and this latest visitor being as the fish pond is now all but finished with just pump and filter to be installed. It also dawned upon me that I had not shared the pond with the folk that take the time to read my scribings so, just before I head off to the not so fun factory heres a few pictures to let you know that I have not being idle of late....
|The view from above Compromise garden....|
|The Lavender is attracting its fair share of pollinators...|
|....as are the Corn flowers|
|Not forgetting the wildlife pond which is slowly blending in and becoming almost natural looking.|
So that be about it for now, hopefully I'll find some time to post more about the construction of Compromise garden and lessons already learnt for gardening in a small space with wildlife in mind.
Until the next time take care,