My four-leaf clover growing from an upside down pot. Don't ask. It's my little piece of Ireland in France.
Here's my Black Lace Elderberry bush. Please address all Monty Python inspired remarks to my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CameronTrostAuthor/ The name is believed to come from the Anglo-Saxon word æld, fire, as the hollow stems of the branches were used to blow air into fires. The berries are poisonous raw but can be boiled to make Elderberry wine or jam. I'll wait until I have more than four berries before giving that a go.
Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
No silver bells, or cockle shells yet, and just one pretty maiden - thank you very much. Baby steps.