not unlike rape seed but it isn't that.
Who knew that on Facebook there's a What's this plant group!!
I did a Google search for plant identification sites and the FB one popped up!
The consensus on there is that it's a salad leaf gone crazy which I still find hard to believe, especially since I can't recall dropping salad leaf seeds in that raised bed.
Although I do seem to recall planting something edible in there but thought it was chard. There is no chard though lol
I suppose these leaves might still be edible but I daren't try them lol
I am content to see how beautiful they are for now.
It makes you wonder if you left all salad leaves to grow to such abundance if they'd all become such beautiful plants doesn't it!
I am starting to come together after a 48 hour bout of probably gastro something or other. Courtesy of my delightful granddaughter : )
Her Mum, Dad and Auntie have also been gifted with it and I had to stay off from work today because of it.
My creative gene had slowly begun to surface which is good.
I had bought some previously stitched cross stitch pictures from a charity shop with a view to making them into cushions.
I have made this version with one of them and its feather filled so lovely to lean on : )
The fabric was a charity shop find too, formerly a large sized ladies shirt and lovely soft fine needlecord.
Took this last week when Jack stayed over,
he clearly would prefer a circular bed.