The time for bluebells

008Like many of the early flowers, the bluebells have been amazing this year.  What I like about them is their profusion – they don’t do things by half, and it seems that once they are passed and I pull them out (as I have now done) they immediately decide to increase and multiply next year!

I’ve just noticed that the Natural History Museum is conducting a bluebell survey to see what is happening with Bluebells around the UK.  So you may see the Bothy featuring on their website soon as I’ve just uploaded the picture above.

So we have the amazing azaleas, rhododendrons, and bluebells, cherry blossom, apple blossom – so it’s now over to the bedding plants to brighten up the garden over the next few weeks.



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