Thursday, 12 March 2015

Early March Garden Colours.


We have had a few sunny days which has provided an opportunity for me to do some tidy up jobs in the garden after a wet, windy winter and to locate a few of the 'stars' that are on show at the present time. 
The Hellebore's are putting on a decent show but aren't the easiest to photograph when most of their faces are pointing towards the soil!

One of the few remaining Snowdrops still in flower is this Galanthus nivalis 'Flore Pleno', a very familiar double variety.

Just a couple of Crocus still hanging on but other bulbs such as the numerous clumps of Leucojum vernum (Spring Snowflake) have continued to increase in volume year on year.

For many of my followers who are still having to contend with a long cold and snowy winter I hope it won't be too long before you soon see signs of Spring in your own gardens.  FAB.

15 comments:

  1. I am in awe of your gorgeous floral images. Stunning!

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  2. Hi, Frank. I enjoyed these views of your lovely garden. Our snow is just now melting away, so it will be a few weeks before any blooms appear around here.

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  3. Such beautiful blooms - love that last one!

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  4. You have a lovely selection of Hellebores and all the Snowdrops are very beautiful.

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  5. Great to see colour returning. We are a bit behind you I think.

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  6. Wonderful spring flowers! We should be getting warmer weather now and it won't be long before we have some flowers as well.

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  7. Seeing these makes me hopeful that when and if "the big melt" happens, I, too, will have a few treasures....:)JP

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  8. They are all beautiful Frank!:) The double variety of snowdrop is lovely.

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  9. Our crocuses are in full bloom at the moment round here, but the snowdrops are well past their sell by date now

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  10. Love 'em, beautiful flower images Frank.

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  11. Beautiful colors and flowers..We're not close to that yet..There is a little green sticking thru the mud.I wish they would hurry up..I need something to photograph and blog about...

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  12. Gorgeous flowers...I've considered purchasing some Hellebore's for my garden. There seems to be a large variety of them.

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  13. What a luxury all these flowers. Really great to see!

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