Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day – January 2012
Not so many photos this time due to heavy frosts this weekend meaning there’s a whole lot of frost and not so much colour. I have left a few things off such as the roses, winter jasmine and primulas.
It’s supposed to get warmer again during the week, so hopefully the plants won’t have suffered too much damage.
First we’ll start with a small clump of Snowdrops I was unaware had popped up; I’m getting frustrated with the short days at the moment because I never get to see the garden! Clyclamen coum and autumn Cherry add much appreciate colour and interest.
Quite shockingly one Rudbekia still isn’t dead, even the frosts don’t seem to have stopped it… The Erysimum are also still going after the frosts – at least they don’t yet seem to be black. And lastly a few viola are blooming after having a short break.
The Hellebore show is slowly picking up speed as does my collection that steadily increases… I recently found this stunner called ‘tutu’, I’ve been waiting a couple of weeks for its blooms to open fully and I’ve finally been able to see them.
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