Spring is near
I was out frolicking in the garden this morning before work, and I couldn’t stop myself from taking photos. Although it’s still Winter, there are signs of Spring everywhere. Bulbs are thrusting up through the soil, buds are poised ready to open, and some early flowers are already brightening up the dark days of February. Very soon it will be peak growing time here in the garden, but for now everything is on the cusp, waiting …
Daffodils emerge from among the dead leaves of Autumn.
A splash of colour among the stones.
Into the woods.
Buds on the quince trees.
Primrose (Prima Rosa) – the first rose.
Cutting back the buddleia makes it grow even stronger.
Don’t rest on your laurels!
A ladybird enjoys the warmth of the sun.
Sedum shoots delicately emerge from the soil.
Daffodils by the oak tree.
Soon these bare branches will be a green canopy.
Don’t go into the woods!
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