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Is it one of those plants that has a really elusive smell? It can be quite a puzzle sometime, can’t it?
If you look closely, you can just make out its tiny yellow flowers, hidden among the leaves. They may be small, but there’s so many of them, that they pack a hefty punch of perfume. A lovely greeting on arriving home! I do have a very elusive smell in the garden around June (a pleasant one, I hasten to add!) that I can’t track the source of. A bit like linden blossom, but I haven’t noticed any in neighbouring gardens. It appears to be coming from our Alder tree, but I wasn’t aware they had a noticeable perfume. Even getting my nose in the blossom is inconclusive. Maybe this year will provide the answer!
Hope your preparations for your open day are on track! 😀
I can imagine how perplexing that must be 😉 And yes, thanks for asking, preparations are on track (I think!)