This was the Prunus blossom just over a week ago and now the winds have dispearsed most of the petals.
Narcissus continue to provide colour but it won't be long before I'll need to start dead-heading.
Tulipa humilis 'Persian Pearl' opens in the sunshine to show off its golden heart.
A Tulipa (clusiana specie) displays its firey colour.
The first of the tall pink Tulips have started to open.
Fresh vibrant growth on a Spirea.
The Leucojums have put on a stunning display this spring as the clumps continue to expand; the Hellebores and their seedlings have started to encroach across the path; there is fresh growth on a Euphorbia and an 'unknown' Muscari (the label has deteriorated) shows of its colour in a pot.
The frog and rabbit are slowly being enveloped by new emerging growth beneath the birch.
Our Blue Tit keeps me company and a wary eye out for intruders in the garden.