Spring seems finally to have boinged in this part of the world, setting the year firmly on its path to summer. I had a chance to spend a bit of time outside today with a book, a cup of tea and my camera; the first time I've been into the garden for anything other than hanging washing or taking the compost out this year. I don't know much about plants, but I thought I'd show you some of my favourites.
A Trehane Camellia, variety unknown, where Lady Eleanor could be seen perching in the snow not so long ago:
Lenten roses white...
Pulmonaria officinalis (Lung-wort, also called 'Soldiers and Sailors'!)
and a variegated Periwinkle:
Hope you get the chance to be outside for a bit over the Easter weekend.