Spring is definitely on the way, I saw a Bee fly into the bus window today, no doubt woken by the unusually warm weather over the past few days. I just hope it manages to find food somewhere!
Hellebores have a few more leaves on them. Not so sure I’ll get any blooms this year.
Centre stage is taken by the Snowdrops…
Rhubarb is looking close to releasing its first leaf…
Tulips are beginning to appear at last and join the Crocus. (crocii???)
Hawthorn buds, I love their new leaves… By far my favourite to see!
Magnolia Stellata, hope to see flowers on it this year. I don’t think there will be any though. I’m sure before all the snow there were big fat buds, now there don’t seem to be any.
Rose buds, I should get it chopped back before it begins growing…
Pheasant’s Tail grass looks wonderful
The Carex however, does not!
Tiny Aquilegia leaves!
New growth on Veronica ‘Twilight’
Aster seeds are long-gone, will be chopped down soon.
New Hollyhock leaves, very surprised to see growth on this!
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