Saturday, March 25, 2017

25/03/2017 A walk around the garden.

Maximum temperature 19C, minimum 6C.  31 kmh NE wind with 44 m/h gusts. Dry.
Broad Bean flowers.

Camellia.

Celandine plus bug,

Cherry blossom.

Dandelion and bee.

Hyacinth.

Japanese quince.

Daisies, bee and fly.

Daisy and fly.

Plum blossom.

Viburnum.

Wild violets. 

14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photos, Diane! I can almost smell their lovely fragrance!

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    1. There is far more bloom in the garden than I thought Lind, it looks quite drab when you look out, but a walk around made me realise how wrong I was! So many pretty wild flowers around and especially along the side of the roads which are yellow with cowslips. Diane

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  2. Wow...your garden is in full bloom. Ours are just getting started in Nashville TN. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Pam for the comment much appreciated. Some of these are weeds but the do add colour to the garden at this time of the year!! There is plenty of buds around though on other plants, I am hoping we will not get another bad cold spell to upset them coming out. We had a bad year last year with so much rain that we had very little fruit, this year has also been wet but cold as well. Only time will tell the result. Have a good day Diane

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  3. The broad bean flowers look as attractive as the beans are good to eat.

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    1. We love broad beans and I agree the flowers are very attractive. Cheers Diane

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  4. Wow! Those are gorgeous flowers blooming in your garden! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thanks Nancy spring is definitely on its way :-) Cheers Diane

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  5. Wow, so beautiful.🌷🌷

    The Broad Bean flowers are really interesting. I've never seen these before.

    Have a super week.😇

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    1. I love the broad bean flowers they are very unusual and attractive. Thanks so much for the comment and the vist, much appreciated. Yo have a good week also. Cheers Diane

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  6. WOW!
    Very pretty inhabited flower pics!!
    Best results when the light is somewhat dimmed, well done!
    Well the sky is too heavily clouded for Roe deer pics as I planned for the evening today so I postponed it till tomorrow. Got to drive 3/4 of an hour to get there so I try to get the best conditions when I go.
    Warm hugs and enjoy your week Diane :)

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    1. Hope this evening was better for you, I even got to cut the grass this afternoon after a shopping expedition which was necessary!
      Take care and keep warm though I think the weather maybe on the mend despite some more rain forecast!!
      Hugs Diane

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  7. Your flower photos are always so amazing. Love to see all these spring blooms.

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    1. The garden needs a lot of work done on it, pretty in between the weeds!!! Stay well Diane

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