Last year at the ALS, we sowed some wildflowers in one of the raised beds in the communal garden. Since then, we've more-or-less left it to its own devices. It just goes to show that sometimes nature does the gardening for you, as the wildflower patch is starting to produce some lovely flowers, including:
Columbine (with its lovely, drooping flower)
Red and white campion
We're waiting on foxgloves and cornflowers to burst into life. Hopefully in the meantime we can give Granby's bees (and other pollinators) the boost they need!