Only one more week until astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere. Let’s see what is blooming; the cherry plum blossom is still clinging to the trees.
The cream primroses have been joined by purple ones.
The lilac buds progress.
The dwarf narcissi in pots are flowering.
However, the big daffodils in the garden are still thinking about it.
The yellow crocus has outlived its purple cousins. It has also avoided being eaten by sparrows, I have been informed that they have a penchant for yellow petals.
The forsythia gets ever more yellow.
The quince is going strong.
Newcomers include grape hyacinths.
The flowering currant.
For those of you who remember the pinnacle of my gardening prowess, the alpine trough, here it is.