Primula denticulata in the copse by the pond. These and primula florindae are flourishing but I’ve not had much success with bulleyana and pulverentula so far.
There’s now a pair of Kingfishers in the thorn bush the other side of the pond. That alone makes the work of restoring it worthwhile. The blue budgerigars our neighbours keep in an open air cage look dull in comparison. They’re all on the same side of their cage staring at the magnificent kingfishers. Jealous, maybe!
Next step, get a good enough lens to photograph our visitors.