Oh my! Did you take all of these? So nice!
Here’s my Wordless Wednesday.
Yes, every day in the garden in spring brings new discoveries 🙂
What a lovely selection of flowers. Your garden is much further on than mine, but we are getting there. I love the combination of the fritillary with the white anemones. I might try that. They need something to show them off or they can get lost. I tried planting mine in front of a silver leaved helichrysum, but it keeps getting badly frost damaged so doesn’t really work.
Some of the few clumps I have are in bare soil under trees too and in fact they stand out better there than in the sea of anemones!
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Your flower selection is marvelous…and what a creative way to display them. Thanks.
Fabulous Cathy. No rain at all forecast for the next 5 days. April? South West? Starting to get worried now..
Yes, we still need to factor in some rain for our gardens – we had some at the beginning of the week but certainly none due for the coming week….my neighbour will be kept busy when we are away if it continues beyond that!
Wonderful! It’s very dry here too, and windy. I have even had to water a couple of struggling plants. At a glance your collage could be June… so much colour!
Thanks Cathy – most are to be expected, but another flower or two on the rhododendron weren’t!
Wow, what a wonderful selection, so colourful!
Don’t you just love this time of year…?!
Happy Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day!
Lovely mix of blooms and colours, perfect montage.
Thanks Christina – there were so many new blooms it seemed the best way to do it
Everything looks super. The Primroses are so pretty.
Thanks Jean, I am getting to like the brighter coloured ones now1
Oh what a fine April collage Cathy full of colour and fabulous floriferousness!
Fabulous floriferousness? Yes indeed!
Beautiful collage and a great idea!
It’s a beautiful collection, Cathy! I’m wondering which of these I’ll see in a vase next Monday.
Hmm, yes, I am getting thoughts together already… 😉
Nice way to showcase the bounteous beauty of the season.
It works well, doesn’t it?
Wowwy – so many gorgeous blooms! I bet it is just breathtaking on a stroll through your garden.
It is indeed and we have had lots of sunshine to make them look even brighter 🙂
Stunning post Cathy! Better than a chocolate box – and that’s not a comment I make lightly 😉
Aw thanks Jen – and thinking about it, when DID they stop having chocolate boxes with pretty pictures on the front?!
Beautiful blooms. Your Dicentra is early.
Thanks Chloris, I remembered that the dicentra goes from first appearance to flower very quickly but I checked back on GBBD last April and had to smile as coincidentally I used a 5×5 grid then too because of the same plethora of flowers – and the dicentra was in full bloom then, so more advanced than this year! No wonder we love our gardens in spring!!
Lovely!You have inspired me to do the same thing today, thanks Cathy!
You are most welcome Anca
Such a wonderful and divergent amount of blooms! They’re all beautiful. I love the mosaic.
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