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Tag Archives: corydalis
Six on Saturday 11.03.2023
After being warned quite a few times that we were all going to experience snow here in the South West and not just on the high moors, it was a welcome relief when it turned out to be just rain, … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Chaenomeles, Chionodoxa Pink Giant, corydalis, narcissus, primula, Winter honeysuckle 12 Comments
Six on Saturday 12.03.2022
Yesterday was a downpour of torrential proportions and later this afternoon it will be the same, if not worse because of the high winds that are forecast. My roof has now been fixed, new tiles on the front and back … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Acer, chionodoxa, corydalis, Galanthus, Tulipa, ypsilandra 20 Comments
Goodbye February, Hello March.
The first of March is a cold, grey, dreary, windy, wet day, not a lot to make me want to dash out into the garden, but I did first thing to take my photos for this post. All the white … Continue reading
Sun at last. GBBD March 2020.
We have enjoyed a few lovely sunny days with just a few wintry showers lately, is this the beginning of the end of all our dreadful rain, I wonder? I hope so. The wind recently has been very cold coming … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Anemones, corydalis, Erythroniums., March bulbs, March flowers, narcissus, primroses, woodland ephemerals 18 Comments
Brave hearts, all of them!
The garden at the moment is in a state of suspended animation. A few weeks ago we had one or two sunny days, everything started growing, sending out new shoots, and then arctic winds from Russia came and burnt everything. … Continue reading
Snow for St. Patrick?
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I got up this morning and looked out of the window…..snow, on March 17th, St Patrick’s Day! That is unheard of down here, but there was the garden covered in a thin layer of … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged corydalis, Crocus, narcissus, peony, snakeshead fritillary, snow, snowdrops, St.Patrick 26 Comments
Spring lasted for 2 days!
Spring was lovely while it lasted, all of 2 days! What a difference it made, to be able to garden without a jacket, feeling the warm sunshine on your back with the birds singing away proclaiming their territory and the … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged cardamine, Chaenomeles, corydalis, cowslip, Crocus, euphorbia, frogspawn, Hellebore, narcissus, primulas, pulmonaria, snowdrops, Witch hazel, ypsilandra 22 Comments
Spring Flowers March In.
Spring has certainly arrived in March, the flowers are coming thick and fast with new ones opening up everyday. Wave after wave of new ones are making the little woodland so pretty at the moment, definitely my favourite part of … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged anamone, Azalea, cardamine, Chaenomeles, chionodoxa, corydalis, cowslip, Crocus, euphorbia, fritillary, Galanthus, grape hyacinth, Hellebore, hepatica, hyacinth, lithodora, March, primrose, pulmonaria, Scilla, spring flowers, Viburnum, violet, ypsilandra 10 Comments
And still they come.
Wave after wave of beautiful flowers in such a mixture of colours, it seems a never ending rainbow is marching across the garden
Posted in News Tagged bergenia, brunnera, corydalis, cowslips, fritillaria, hyacinth, muscari, narcissus, primulas, pulmonaria, snowdrop, wood anemone Comments Off on And still they come.