In the next few weeks this is going to be a real splash of colour.
There shall be an array of colour at the far corner of my garden.
In my hanging cauldrons there are Heucheras.
Watch this space change colour in Part 2…
Daphne just about to fill the garden with perfume.
Geisha Orange Rhodendrum
I forget what this flower is but the flower is like a yellow daisy.
Prunus Kojo-No-Mai. New to the garden last year.
Trilliums galore all starting to show.
My Yellow Tree Peony
Little Red Riding Hood Tulips
Following on from my last post.
Spring really has sprung and it is like an Alladin’s cave.
My trilliums are sprouting up and soon I shall have a carpet.
I just bought this one today along with some Pulsitilas.
Think these are my Dogtooths
Bought this in the Autumn - Karen Grey Peony Rose
Shirley Temple – I got this at a reduced price in a garden centre and have been very pleased with it’s growth.
Tree Peony – this one bloomed for the 1st time last year after 5 years of growth.
It is yellow but the blooms did not last long as it was very windy.
First thing after an early start it was a frosty morning - a wee bit chilly but nice.
Now enjoy a walk with me.
Its such a pleasure on a morning walk at this time of year seeing everything starting to bud and birds starting to chirp.
In the distance our Camera Obscura.
A perfect blue sky, not a cloud in sight.
Just a perfect morning walk then we went out for morning coffee followed by another walk and then had lunch.