What a difference as weather is very cold and snow one moment then sunshine, bitterly cold here too. Not much to report as yet to get going in the garden this last week!! Oh well….
…. it’s on with the week’s Six on Saturday
1) Tulip selection of last year’s growing looming again in 2022
This time last year they where mere green leaves now flowering their socks off.
2) Narcissus , Aranjuez
About 30cm tall med sized blooms with contrasting orangy-red cup. I should have planted further back in the border but could move them later if I remember.
3) Potentilla nepalensis ‘Miss Willmott’
Fresh healthy growth from. P. nepalensis ‘Miss Willmott’ – now there’e loads of new growth when last week there was very little. This was planted in the autumn so looking forward to this years blooms of red.
A group of alliums that have suddenly put on a spurt of growth.
5) Dwarf Weeping Willow Tree Salix caprea Pendula Kilmarnock.
A close-up of the greyish catkins of this dwarf weeping willow which feathered in Six on Saturday a few weeks ago.
Got in close for this Ribes flower and they will be a mass of blooms as the weather warms up again. It’s not really my shrub but seem to have gained a shoot from next door’s garden. Looks good but as it’s in the way of future work in the area then it may become too difficult to save.
That’s it for this week’s Six on Saturday. To our host of Six on Saturday, The Propagator, thank you. Pop over to see the delights on his blog and view blogs from around the world. Until next week’s #SixonSaturday all the best and happy gardening.
Lovely signs of spring – brings a smile to the face!
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