>Garden bloggers’ bloom day


Apart from lichen and rust which I think look lovely in the spring sunlight …


….. we have apricot blossom just about to come out (several weeks late this year) …

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…..one lone daffodil and one rather battered-looking anemone (also very late, although one anemone made the mistake of flowering in November!) …..

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…. our neighbour’s almond blossom (cheating a bit, but we can see it over the fence) and the rosemary which has been flowering all winter, even when it was very cold….

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That’s it for the flowers, but we’re still harvesting cabbages, salad leaves (lettuce, lamb’s lettuce and sorrel), as well as herbs (thyme, sage, rosemary, bay).

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Garden bloggers’ bloom day is hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens.

8 thoughts on “>Garden bloggers’ bloom day

  1. >I just checked on what I was blogging on last year this time and found out that despite the fact that winter didn't really happen last year whilst this year was the coldest in decades, my almond trees started flowering on almost the same day and the peach flowers, like yours now, opened in the middle of the month as they are about to this year. The only real damage was a lemon tree I hadn't covered in time.Didn't know it was bloom day, but was just about to post some pretty wild flower pics.

  2. >This is the time when I think that maybe we ought to up sticks and go South :-)Although I still think Wales is exotic :-)Lichen I can do too, but blossoms are still a long way off.

  3. >My daffodils are only just poking up through the earth, but the rosemary has been going most of the winter here too, and today I saw some deep magenta rosemary flowers!

  4. >Gorgeous lichen and bark. I suppose it's blooming in its own way, anyway.I think it's perfectly legitimate to include your neighbor's almond blossoms – they're part of your borrowed landscape. And it's probably just as well your apricot blossoms are not out: they might end up as battered as your spunky little anemone!

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