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Tag Archives: Spring bulbs
With the warm winter that we had, some of the narcissus were flowering way before Christmas, which seemed very strange. A cold spell in February put them back on track and once again N. St. Patrick’s Day was late again, … Continue reading
A month ago, on March 11th, I noticed the first of the fritillaries to open in the woodland, just one solitary flower.
The difference in the woodland at the end of this month is the change of colour from the white of the snowdrops to the yellow and white of the narcissus. When I went into the woodland to check that everything … Continue reading
The bulbs in the little tin bath that I planted up in the winter has just about reached it’s peak now, with I think, all the bulbs flowering.
In response to some of you lovely people saying that they would like to see more photos of the fritillaries in the woodland, here are a few that have been taken at different times over the last week. The first … Continue reading
Looking at all the snakeshead fritillaries which are opening each day in the woodland, I couldn’t hold back any more, the temptation to photograph them was too strong! To start with there was just a couple, …then a few more. … Continue reading
Spring has certainly arrived in the garden here, it is washing over the garden and changing the colour from white to yellow. Early snowdrops are now almost finished and the colour white that was everywhere a few days ago is … Continue reading
I thought I would catch up with the garden before showing the photos of the wild flowers in the Scillies. When we got back, the difference in the garden was amazing, blossom and an explosion of flowers everywhere. New growth … Continue reading
Lots more buds have now opened to join in the frenzy of flowers telling us that spring has definitely arrived. Walking round the garden, there is always something new to see each day.