Spring is all about colour and our little garden certainly had that this month.
Both 'Tete a tete' and 'Morpho' are looking fabulous in the window boxes.
The front garden is full of promise for latter in the season. Especially the Nicotiana mutabilis under the window.
The daffs and wall flowers coming on nicely.
There is more colour in the main garden.
Narcissus "February Gold".
The cyclamen are still putting on a good show and the Anemone blanda is just about to.
Crocus are popping up all over the place.
Evan the indoor Hyacinths we stuck in the ground after they flowered in the house a year or so ago are looking lovely.
New this year are three varieties of Iris reticulata which are a great joy on a dull day.
Our old faves are making a showing too. The 'snake's head fritillary' and Anemone "De Caen"
Most of the plants over wintering in pots have survived, battered but alive.
29 out of the 30 Fuchsias have signs of life.
Pelargonium, “Calliope” Dark Red
Matthiola incana, 'Goldcut Mix
All the post Winter clearing up and sorting out we did last Month has paid off and the garden has at last come into life.
All that and we have the seedlings to look forward to too.This is one of the three surviving Canna indica seedlings. It was sown back in October and we are very proud of it.
Till next time then me lovelies