Spring is here, and so is Easter too!
The kitchen garden has been quietly growing over the winter months, and now it is starting to bloom...
There is a very, very early pink rose, and the hostas are starting to crowd the path... There's still a lot of good, brown earth to plant, including in the vegetable patch.
The alpine aquilegias are flourishing...
And the Pierre de Ronsard rose is making a good effort...
Elizabeth's chives are already in flower, as is the Nelly Moser clematis. The cold frame is still protecting some herb seedings from the dreaded snails!
And look at this! Someone has left a basket of Easter eggs on the path, ready to hide for the children to find... How any can you find in the following three photos?
A few more?
Wishing you a very happy and flourishing Spring!