Where has April gone so far? When did April arrive? Time is going so quickly, that it’s unreal at the moment.
I apologise for the ridiculous amount of photos, but they’ve been backing up for the past few days as everything is moving so quickly.
Clematis ‘willy’ looks very pretty, there are only a few flowers this year though as I had to cut a lot of it when I moved it. It puts on quite a lot of lovely, ferny growth every year though, so I think it will bounce back well.
Some type of Tulip I planted a couple of years ago from a spring mix, I’ve no idea what its name is…
One of only a few Tulips that survived the winter
Forget-me-nots are out now and looking very pretty
Tulip ‘little beauty’ has survived though, I’ve had these bulbs for years. Although their colour doesn’t seem to be as vibrant any more
Anemone Coronaria de caen is very pretty
Last weekend I found this tiny flower as I laid in the grass apparently doing some work… I think it’s a tiny forget-me-not. It can’t have been more than a couple of millimetres across.
Next door’s big Cherry is flowering, they thinned it out last year so it isn’t quite as impressive as previously.
The Japanese rose brings some colour to the garden, it’s growing through our privet hedge…
The Tulips/Daffodils in the large pot by the front door… It’s a very sorry sight, compared to last year when there was at least 30 in flower in there now.
My little violets are flowering… All attempts at having them grow from seed elsewhere has failed. I daren’t try transplanting any of them in case I lose them all.
Bleeding heart adds its elegant flowers
I don’t think I could have bloom day without mentioning the Dwarf Russian Almond
And some red tulips I got free from somewhere round up our little showcase for this month…