A Week of Flowers Day Three, 24th November 2020

Blogging friend Cathy of Words and Herbs needed something to cheer herself up and, guessing that others might be feeling the same, suggested that from Sunday the 22nd through to Saturday the 28th of November we shared one or more photos a day of earlier seasons in our gardens to brighten up what could be a dreary time.

Brightening the garden in early April were, clockwise from top left: Primula denticulata and Asplenium scolopendrium, Tulipa ‘Persian Pearl’, a longly-labelless pulmonaria and Omphalodes cappadocica ‘Cherry Ingram’. Rest assured, spring will come again.

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11 Responses to A Week of Flowers Day Three, 24th November 2020

  1. Cathy are divine flowers, I love them. Your Cathy headpiece will surely love and cheer her on. Take care. Very affectionate greetings from Margarita.

  2. Cathy says:

    Oh how lovely. You have got me thinking of spring now Cathy! I like your word ‘longly-labelless’! 😉

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks Cathy. I pondered over ‘longly-labelless’ for a while, trying to decide if it should just be ‘long labelless’ but decided I liked the former better anyway!

  3. Anna says:

    Oh April is only round the corner now Cathy and will be even nearer next week 😂 What a lot we have to look forward to.

    • Cathy says:

      Indeed it will, and if the time goes as fast as the last few months have (well, for me, that is)…. with all those snowdrops and hellebores and witch hazels in the meantime!!

  4. Gorgeous! And yesterday I planted my Byzantine collection of tulips. Spring must be round the corner. Thank you Cathy x

  5. Cathy says:

    Dancing along into the next spring with your pictures (unfortunately that usually means another plant order for me!)

  6. Heather F. says:

    These are beautiful!

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