With thanks to Jon the Propagator who hosts this six on Saturday meme
Primrose and violets….wonderful surprises.
All in the hedgerows – nearly missed the violets though
❤ ❤ ❤ Am I seeing new growth on Artemisia in the second pic? Love those primroses…
No, it’s lichen, probably growing on a blackthorn – I coudn’t get any closer with the picture as there was a dirch in between!
Your photos are full of sunshine and cheer.
I couldn’t capture the wind in the photographs though!
You can’t beat native beauties. The bluebells are very early this year.
And these bluebells were further north, although ours are coming out home too
The bluebells are out here too. Normally ,they bloom at the end of the month.
Yes, I thought they might have been earlier than usual but hadn’t checked back on the blog – although I do recall they were blooming at the end of April when I picked blooms for Younger Daughter’s wedding posy
My daughter’s birthday is 30th and they are usually in bloom then. In fact I went for a walk in a bluebell wood the day she was born. (Before, the birth, not after, obviously.)
Well what a nice memory that is, skipping (barefoot?) through the bluebells and then off to give birth. The 30th is their anniversary – must be 3 years
Good idea for a meme. I’ll have to join in one of these days. 🙂
I am fairly new to it Beth, and I have found it useful when there are things I want to show but don’t have much time to write
Cathy is a divine forest, with its lichen, its anemones, its bells and other bells. I love, I love them. Greetings from Margarita.
These are all in the hedgerows near my Mum’s
Those are the cowslip that the English like showing off this time of year. The garden varieties are just cool season annuals for us. I need to pull some up next week (because I did not do it this week like I was supposed to.) I want to put some down by a spring to see how they do next autumn. I hate to waste what should be perennial.
They are a naturalised wild flower here, Tony, and just appeared in my garden!
It must be nice.
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