February Flower Frolic

Tulip

Look – a tulip snout…

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Hyacinth

...and some Hyacinth fronds…

 

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Grape Hyacinth

…and a Grape Hyacinth cluster!

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Crocus

February is earliest spring blossom time in the Quimper garden…

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Striped Crocus

The little china-heads especially like the striped Crocus…

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Rhododendron

…and the early Rhododendron!

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Flower Girls

Blossom bonnets for Guttersnipe and Mudlark!

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Iris

Spring is so energising!!

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9 thoughts on “February Flower Frolic

  1. Thanks for the energizing (energising!) narrative and sweet little dolls leading us through your blaze of early Spring colors. Mudlark and Guttersnipe melt my heart.

  2. Every photo… Eye Candy…we’ve been in a deep, deep freeze…viewing these pictures gives thought of Spring. The last photo made me laugh.

  3. What pretty hats Guttersnipe and Mudlark! It looks as though spring has arrived earlier for you than here.

    We do hope our daffodils will be blooming by March 1st though as, not only is that our littlest human’s sixth birthday, it is also St. David’s Day and we honour his day by wearing either a daffodils or a leek in Wales. We do not fancy walking round smelling like onions, so have a marked preference for a bright below flower.

    Much love,
    Mary Not Quite Hitty xxx

    • Smelling like like Cock-a-leekie soup would be OK…We have a few leeks left in the garden but they are looking very woebegone. I don’t think they’ll make it to March 1, so it will be daffs for Dafydd for us too!

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