The daffodil path, on Good Friday
Today, I and my garden have seen rainstorms, hailstorms and thunderstorms close enough to make the router cut out. So, just a typical Bank Holiday Monday, then. Admittedly, there were some very sunny patches, although few and far between, So, here are a few images from my garden in the last few days, but not today.
The daffodil path is looking lovely, and I keep hoping it will lead me astray, but then I remember it’s supposed to be a primrose path for leading astray. Maybe I’ll get one of those…
The rose beds a week ago, smelling of hyacinths
Even then, the sky was looking pretty moody. I wonder what happened to the break in the hyacinths at the bottom, just by Rosa ‘Lichfield Angel’? Squirrels? Rabbits?
And here we are again on Good Friday, after an overnight rainstorm and high winds. But the roses are enjoying it! And the scent of hyacinth is still wonderful.
The first ladybird this year
A lovely native 7-spot ladybird, sunning itself on the lupin – another Good Friday photo.
Things are coming along. I love spring!