March Tour.

Despite the awful weather this winter, it has been a busy one here in our garden@19, see: (A Winter Project and a Wildlife-Friendly Experiment.) following on from several autumn projects.

With all the depressing news from around the world, just an hour working in the garden is welcome, ending with a quick photo tour accompanied by a chilly wind.

It is cheering to see that despite everything else, spring is coming in the garden.

On the patio.
The Alpine beds.

Looking colourful with some dogwood prunings inserted…

Arabis procurrens with Euphorbia myrsinites


Ipheion ‘ Alberto Castillo ‘
Corydalis cheilanthifolia
In the woodland walk.
Brunnera macrophylla

The Blue Border…

Narcissus ‘King Alfred’ in the blue border.

Under the arch…

Euphorbia characias subsp. Wulfenii

In the Oriental garden…

Camellia × williamsii ‘Donation’

What is spring bringing to cheer you up in your garden?

13 thoughts on “March Tour.

      1. It is popularly sold just as nameless Dutch crocus, or in mixes. I found that mixes are not always homogeneously mixed, and often contain a preponderance of whatever there was a surplus of that particular year.


  1. I had a quick walk around my garden yesterday and noticed that my Edgeworthia is budding up well and will be flowering this year for the first time since planting 3 years ago. My bulbs are doing well and the tulips are coming up. I really need to do some work in the borders and I need a branch taken off the tree in the corner. Any recommendations locally?


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