Six on Saturday: Out and About

With thanks to Jon the Propagator who hosts this six on Saturday meme

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19 Responses to Six on Saturday: Out and About

  1. bcparkison says:

    Primrose and violets….wonderful surprises.

  2. smallsunnygarden says:

    ❤ ❤ ❤ Am I seeing new growth on Artemisia in the second pic? Love those primroses…

    • Cathy says:

      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!

  3. janesmudgeegarden says:

    Your photos are full of sunshine and cheer.

  4. Chloris says:

    You can’t beat native beauties. The bluebells are very early this year.

    • Cathy says:

      And these bluebells were further north, although ours are coming out home too

      • Chloris says:

        The bluebells are out here too. Normally ,they bloom at the end of the month.

        • Cathy says:

          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

          • Chloris says:

            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.)

          • Cathy says:

            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

  5. Good idea for a meme. I’ll have to join in one of these days. 🙂

    • Cathy says:

      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

  6. Cathy is a divine forest, with its lichen, its anemones, its bells and other bells. I love, I love them. Greetings from Margarita.

  7. tonytomeo says:

    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.

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