Wow, where has March gone? It is really almost halfway through the month?? And yet here we are with another blast of cold weather, winds and snow. It’s been a few years since we last had snow in March… The year we moved in – 5 years ago now, we had some in April but it lasted mere hours.
Regardless, the birds are still singing and the spring bulbs still strutting their stuff, as the perennials are stirring in the wings.
These photos were taken last weekend, so I’m playing catch-up once more… last weekend was a wonderfully (almost) warm spring day. I also saw my first Hoverflies – drone flies of the year… Still waiting to spot the first Ladybird and Bees.
Iris Reticulata is still with us, even if the show isn’t so good this year… I’ll have to make sure I buy some in the autumn.
Of course, I couldn’t have a post without Snowdrops… It’s very late for them to still be around – and they still look good!
However, it’s the Tommies which are really showing off at the moment…
Will I ever tire of them?
‘Cream beauty’ is also living up to its name, too. I’ve many of them in pots because I didn’t manage to get them planted thanks to the wet autumn.
I don’t think I’ll ever tire of Tommie though….