So thanks for hosting GBBD Carol – and sorry I am late to the party!
So to-day I did a quick whip round the practically bare garden and came up with these:-
The images are clickable.
In the garden – I still have colour from the “evergreens” or in the case of the Pittosporum tom thumb – ever-darks.
I found my first daisy in the lawn to-day.
(ummm, mowing will follow on shortly then).
The Camellia is alive with vibrant blooms – little does it know that it is going to get chopped back to half its size when it has finished flowering
The Daphne continues to scent my path down to the studio.
The Primulas are looking lively and brash – when compared to the wild primrose – which although beautiful – always seems to be slightly grubby ! It was perhaps unkind of me to put their images next to each other – in the garden they are a good distance apart
The tete a tate Daffodils are starting to show some colour – which is very exciting.
My patch of snowdrops is very tiny – not like the carpet of snowdrops that I photographed yesterday.
The delight of my garden at this time of year is the Hellebores – one of my Desert Island Plants.