Thursday, 7 May 2009

Bluebells



I love Bluebells, they’re amazing, their colour is romance, their fragile petals and their exquisite perfume is to die for!

Quite possibly one of my favourite plants – although I do have a few! They take me back to my childhood where fairies danced amongst them.

It’ll be no surprise then to hear that I have planted a fair few around the garden.

7 comments:

Northern Shade said...

You have some lovely shots of the bluebells. They are as pretty close up, as they are in large patches. I have my first bulbs opening now, the Galnathus (snowdrops)and Puschkinia (striped squills). There is something about the first little flowers that is so enchanting.

Emma said...

lovely photos! look forward to chatting photography with you! (and mostly Polaroids.. my passion!)

ShySongbird said...

They are lovely flowers Liz, Primroses followed by Bluebells is a treat to look forward to every Spring.

Liz said...

Thank you NS, I only planted these last Autumn, but I do hope one day I get large patches of them!

Here Spring is well under way, with the Snowdrops having been and gone a good month or two ago now :)

Liz said...

Emma, thank you so much I'm glad you liked my photos!

Chatting about plants and cameras/photos probably have to be my favourite conversations hahaha!!!

Liz said...

SS - Most definitely! Spring is so exciting, I spend far too long walking around the garden inspecting everything, checking how they're getting along. I swear my neighbours must think I'm mental! :)

Tatyana said...

These images are so touching... Thank you Liz!