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Saturday, 30 April 2016

Time to catch up ...


 For four weeks I've been mainly hiding indoors suffering from a long, lengthy cold virus, while the first phase of spring - the bright yellow of daffodils - has passed and been replaced by a wave of whites, reds and blues.

The large red tulips are mainly Appeldoorn variety but there's one solitary darker flower - I think from some bulbs once forced indoors, then planted out.







The whitebells have been spreading through the garden for many years now, but I recently added some bluebells and pinkbells which I picked up through my local Freecycle group. Sadly the 'blues' aren't native English bluebells but they still look pretty.














 Forget-me-nots are softening the path edges with a river of pale blue, with occasional dog violets among them.



The first flower on my new(ish) camelia!

















I even have the first outdoor veg crop of the season growing - radishes from home-grown seed






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