We are in “blowsy” time. The fresh flowers of early summer are mostly over and we are looking out on a garden full of seeds, and deadheads.It has been hot and sunny and windy, all of which have combined to give us that blown over feel. The grasses are long and wild.In sympathy with the season, yellows and golds predominate in the garden.There are just a few flowers left on the scattered poppy seedlings in the lane.As the lilies go over …… the sunflowers (finally) come out. Out for walks, we find fluffy thistle seeds waiting to catch the breeze and depart …… and purple swathes of Rosebay Willowherb – such a beautiful name, such a beautiful plant and such beautiful colours here where it sits next to the russets of sorrel.The grain fields catch the mood of the moment with their golden moments.Sometimes the skies do too.Waiting time. We are waiting for harvest, for the next season.Mustn’t let this beautiful time go past without enjoying it to the full.