Day 133: honesty going to seed

We seem to wait an age for spring, through long dark winter days and nights, and then it gallops by in a flash. It seems only a few days ago (Day 112) I was enjoying the cheerily wrinkled faces of the flowers on my honesty…

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Day 63: purple-leaved plum

Everyone should all plant a cherry tree, for the joy of its flowers in spring, and its shade in the summer…

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March in the garden

March 2018 – what the heck was that? Just as we were beginning to enjoy the first signs of spring, the Beast from the East brought snow and cold weather from Siberia. Twice. Thankfully for us, rumours of its return at the end of the month proved to be groundless, though our friends in the north were less fortunate. We just got very wet instead.

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