In my previous post, I talked of someone stopping by the front garden to take pictures even though the front isn’t really photogenic at the moment; it’s just masses of green with developing flower heads. One of the few things in flower right now (and the subject of the photos) was a small stand of lupins:
They’re a striking two-tone pink and although we have several lupins in the garden, this is the only stand of that colour. The odd thing is that I don’t remember ever having lupins of this colour and this particular one was grown from seed.
Perhaps my memory is going?