It's Blogger's Bloom day and there are a few things blooming in the garden. I think many plants are a little behind schedule this year, however, soon there'll be blasts of colour throughout the garden (hopefully).
Left: Narcissus tête-à-tête planted with Muscari. These bulbs were planted quite late (in January); they provide a welcome little splash of colour.
|Forest Flame (Pieris) looks great this time of year with the red foliage. This is a very common plant in Northern Ireland - with many homes having this in their borders.|
|It's great to see bees out and about.|
|Muscari bulbs planted along the driveway and under hedging.|
|Aubretia 'Springtime Mixed', (Hardy Perennial) grow from seed.|
|Heather is always a favourite this time of year.|
Bloggers' Bloom Day is hosted by May Dreams Gardens. To see what's in bloom in other gardens click here.
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