As you have probably gathered, I'm a keen urban gardener but my efforts are limited to the roof terrace and three 'tree pits' in front of the building.
Here are some petunias from the roof and some dill scraps. (The lemons are from the fruit chap on the corner!)
Here is a rose from the roof, much larger than life sized. (Not sure about the orange mini-vase - but light looks cool going through it!)
Again, much larger than life sized. The last violas.
We managed to grow sunflowers on the street this year. Rather brave and bold. However, they have huge root systems and rather overwhelm everything else.
All very wonderful until the seed heads developed a black mold - so I threw them out of the window.
Yesterday's roof gleanings - about life size (tiny scissors). The nasturtiums were hopelessly over and were pulled out. The blue thing is a salvia.
Gosh, what a thrilling post. Oh well.