Tuesday, 13 April 2010

A wild part of my garden

At last I am able to visit my blog page again. At this time of year there is so much to do in my garden, and it is particularly in need of t.l.c. following my six months out of action due to my fractured knee.
The snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils flowered as usual, without my help. They are in an area we have also reserved for wild flowers for the past three years. Here, they are showing how well established they are becoming:

Celandine and Wild Violets.

Coltsfoot, did you see the deliberate mistake? Janet saw it, of course it's Cowslip! Thanks for that Janet.

Fritillary, sometimes called Snakeshead. Unfortunately, because these are of the Lily family they are very attractive to the Lily Beetle.


  1. I love those flowers, Beryl, especially the Snakeshead. You have such a beautiful garden !

  2. Thank you Pat, I get a great deal of pleasure from tending it.