Tuesday View (25th March)

As March comes to an end we have already seen some of the capriciousness normally assigned to April. With temperatures reaching almost 20°C late last week , we have since had frost, rain, sleet and hail, and a bitter cold wind!

But the rain has worked wonders and the view is slowly getting greener….


I couldn’t resist another photo of my blue Pulmonaria angustifolia ‘Azurea’, with its smooth, unmarked leaves… I love Pulmonarias and will try to do a post on them soon.


I must admit to chopping this flowering quince (Chaenomeles) down to the ground every year in the hope it will disappear… I hate those thorns! It keeps appearing though, and the flower IS rather lovely…


The Spring Corner is developing nicely, and the Corydalis solida has opened completely. I think this one is called ‘GP Baker’.


Just as I am about to press “publish” the sun has come through… hope it shines for you too this week.