Blossoms aplenty

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inside and out

Usually my general photography goes on theinfillclicks but, as I’ve not been using it for ages, it’s probably about time to re-amalgamate the two blogs.  And why not?  I gives me the chance to offer you flowers and on such a lovely day too.

Inside

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Crassula portulacea ( Crassulaceae )
Money Plant
Also known as the Jade Plant or Friendship Tree

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and a closer look at the flowers

(Link to info re Money Plant flowering:   Desert Plants of Avalon)

Outside

Vibrant!

theinfill dolls house blog Hogepotche Hall –Hodgepodge Hall - a Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - Plants in spring - vibrancy of colour

Unfurling wood anemone

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Sunbathing wallflower

theinfill dolls house blog Hogepotche Hall –Hodgepodge Hall - a Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - Plants in spring - vibrancy of colour

Globular grape hyacinth

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Sparkling geum

And spring mix and match

theinfill dolls house blog Hogepotche Hall –Hodgepodge Hall - a Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - Plants in spring - a shady bank

Ferns and luminous primroses
On our roadside I’ve planted up a stretch. At this end there’s shade and undergrowth for the amphibians who live here.

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Grape hyacinth, primroses and friends below an apple tree

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  1. So encouraging to see some color in the gardens again after such a long and tedious winter. Yours is a lot further along than mine yet the way i see it, anything in bloom is better than nothing! ;P

    • Isn’t it. The primrose ‘bank’ and anemones are in the shade of next door’s hedge but the rest are facing due south so once the year has moved round for the sun to be over the hill for most of the day it’s a real suntrap – excluding the piercing northern winds on occasion. Bet you anything that when the trees come in blossom over the next two weeks the winds will blow!

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