Tag Archives: Rhododendron ‘Cheers’

Wordless Wednesday: Spring in the Woodland

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Wordless Wednesday: Always a Cheery Sight

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Wordless Wednesday: Hip Hip Hooray!

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Noticing the first glimpses of yellow on the Tête-à-Tête outside the front door this morning I thought I would include a few other glimpses that I have had in the last day or two. Checking last year’s posts I see … Continue reading

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A Cheery Sight

I forgot to post this picture yesterday, of Rhododendron ‘Cheers’ in the woodland – never before has it produced so many flowers at one time, the sugary pink froth further enhanced by the contrast with the surprisingly pristine bark of the silver birch … Continue reading

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Better and Better

I was talking to a local acquaintance yesterday, an enthusiastic gardener and an occasional reader of my blog, who was bemoaning the lateness of the spring and the months without colour in her garden and it made me realise how fortunate I … Continue reading

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Conscious of saving foliage pictures for tomorrow I was looking for alternatives that I haven’t featured recently in a post, so was thrilled as I leafed through the woodland to find these two beauties – a bud breaking to give an … Continue reading

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