On another springlike, sunny, morning, beside a pot of primulas, Jackie began work on renovating her recent dump table purchase. This involved glue and screws.
Hoverflies are back in town. Can you spot this one? (Yellow attracts)
This is a view across the eastern end of the Heligan Path towards the Rose Garden.
These hellebores are different from those in the above scene, and blend well with some little star-shaped bulbed plants, that we haven’t identified. (I am grateful for suggestions on this question. See the definitive comment from the biking gardener below)
The kiwi communes with the pheasant by the eucalyptus shadows.
Later in the morning, Paul came over, bringing printing paper, final drafts of the exhibition flyer, support, encouragement, guidance, and assistance with the printing process. Jackie produced an excellent ham and vegetable soup for lunch.
After the break, Paul and I worked well into the afternoon, and he went home with the first sixty copies. I continued after he had left.
Our friend’s superb design has created a two-sided document that can be folded to provide an informative little brochure.
The picture of Jackie picking daffodils finishes up on the front, with the map on the back.
Further information on us and the other exhibitors appears within the folds.
I just do the printing. Margery and Paul do the origami.
This evening we relished dining on Jackie’s choice chilli con carne and mushroom rice, followed by Tesco’s yellow ticket chocolate eclairs. I drank El Sottino, a Spanish red wine Ian brought at Christmas, and Jackie drank sparkling water.