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Tag Archives: primrose
Six on Saturday plus a few more. 31. 12. 2022
This post will be done in bits and pieces between my son and DIL going back home from here after Christmas and me coming back from a couple of days with the rest of my family in Bristol. I’m finding … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Chaenomeles, Hellebore, Iris unguicularis, primrose, snowdrops, Viburnum Dawn 22 Comments
A mixed bag.
We have had mixed bag of weather as well as a mixed bag of photos this last week. Temperatures ridiculously high for a few days, then quite hard rain last weekend, followed by more very high temperatures. Today should be … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged clematis, Climbing rose, double geranium, hostas, hydrangea, jasmine, phormium flower, primrose, Rosa glauca, saxifrage 6 Comments
Thank goodness for self seeding drifts.
Looking back over 2015 has made me realise that we haven’t been able to do much gardening! Unfortunately health problems got in the way with the Undergardener having to go for his Prostate Cancer treatment and all his other hospital … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged bluebells, cowslips, Crocus, Cyclamen, hellebores, meconopsis, narcissus, primrose, self seeding, snakeshead fritillaries, snowdrops 38 Comments
New Year’s Day flowers.
I just thought I would have a quick whizz around the garden and see if anything was flowering on the first day of the year. In the front, by the door, is where my first snowdrop should be. G. Mrs … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged camellia, campanula, Chaenomeles, flowers for new years day, forget me not, garrya elliptica, honesty, iris, meconopsis cambrica, narcissus, polyanthus, primrose, Rose, snowdrops, Winter Jasmine 32 Comments
GBBD. Brave Flowers in December.
I wasn’t expecting to find many flowers at all this month, but once you start looking, it’s amazing how many you find. The weather has been quite mild for December so that is why any flowers that have ventured forth, … Continue reading
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
Flowers to welcome in New Year’s Day.
I don’t believe it, look what I woke up to, fantastic blue sky and yes, sunshine!!! So far, the sunniest day of the year! At last, we have a day that isn’t going to be as wet as it has … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Colchicum, erica, garrya elliptica, hamamellis mollis, hellebores, hesperis matronalis, Mahonia, narcissus, pansies, primrose, Quince, sarcococca, snowdrops, winter flowers, Winter Jasmine 19 Comments
April flowers need April showers.
We are so used to having rain on and off during the winter months and of course the April showers are well known here in England, that it doesn’t seem the same having it dry day after day. There is … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged April showers, Azalea, camellia, cyclamen repandem, Dicentra, erythronium, iris, kerria japonica, lamium, myosotis, narcissus Pipit, Pansy, primrose, Prunus, Scilla, tulip Abbu Hassan, Tulip sylvestris, veronicamuscari 12 Comments
Lovely Cowslips multiply.
I have mentioned a few times, that a very dear friend of mine, who sadly died a number of years ago from cancer, gave me 3 plants of cowslips, Primula veris. I planted two of them in the woodland and … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged cowslips, false oxlips, Oxlips, primrose, Primula elatior, Primula veris, Primula vulgaris 18 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