What a beautiful colour.
Why a surprise?
Only because I hadn’t seen it coming 😉
Cathy a beauty that opens and announces the proximity of Spring. Greetings from Margarita.
Indeed it does, Margarita
Love the way we can barely see the markings as that one petal unfurls.
Yes, it is fascinating to watch the garden unfurl
Oh, I love garden surprises and yours it lovely!
Katherine Hodgkin is quite reliable and reappears, I wish they all did.
Don’t think I have any others – presumably because the ones I did have haven’t reappeared!! 😉
Katherine Hodgkin is incredibly tough and a few blooms have been struggling to survive in the garden throughout January.
Oh I am glad you have got some too to check out on the rapid forays around your storm-torn estate 🙂
The sun has reappeared, so a chance to dig some carrots, count the primroses, hunt for snowdrops and check on the KH blooms. 🙂
Happy digging, counting, hunting and checking 😀
That is a wonderful surprise. Sadly, for us, Wiarton Willie is predicting six more weeks of winter. Hopefully it will get above -20.
Whoohoo – above minus 20! It’s hard for us in the UK to conceive what such a temperature would feel like, although the minimum ever recorded in the UK is about minus 27C
Ha, ha. Well I will let you know I went outside with wet hair and it froze solid!
Oh my goodness, well now I know! 🙂
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