Thursday, 5 April 2012

In the March garden










Kerria buds, Spirea, Hellebore, Daffodils unknown, Daffodils 'Tete a Tete', Lilac leaves, Pieris 'Cupido', Cricus 'Ruby Giant' with Heather unknown, Kerria in flower, Flowering Currant.

So much grew and flowered in March, especially blossom which I would have expected in April and May. There will be a bit of a blank period in those months now but it was amazing to see everything flowering at once - Magnolia, both Cherry trees, Forsythia, Amelanchier, Kerria, Flowering Currant and so much more. I've not had time to get my other 100's of plant pics on to the computer yet. Will try.

7 comments:

Diana Fox said...

I love the pictures on your blog. I too am inspired by gardens and by design.
I was going to add some of your pictures to my Pinterest board, but don't want to if you don't want me to.

You might also enjoy my blog:
www.ecoproductsthatwork.com
Just a thought.
Diana

Cally said...

Hi Diana, thank for your comment and also for asking about pinterest, you are very welcome to pin them if they link back here. I'll definitely pop by your blog when I get a spare moment.

Diana Fox said...

Thanks so much for your comments on my blog. Glad you enjoyed it: there is lots more in there. A bit north america-centric, though I try my best to include Europe when I can (I am English, after all).
I will pin from your site (and, yes, they link back). I love your flower pictures. I am a big flower photographer myself (though not as good as you).
Seems we were lucky to find each other in the blogosphere!

Diana Fox said...

I put your blog in my blogroll: looking at your images makes me happy!

Cally said...

I spent part of my childhood in LA and 6 months of college in Canada, and my brother lives in Ohio so I'm always happy to hear the lay of the land over there.

Why I garden... said...

Lovely Spring photos! Very colourful!

scottweberpdx said...

What lovely spring blooms...I always forget just how amazingly vibrant currant blooms are :-)

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