Yes, I'm back with more garden and flower pictures! It's that time of year when it's too lovely to be indoors, though it has turned chilly again this week. While the weather was warmer we had balloons going over our garden a few times. I bet it was still pretty cold up there though!
Nothing happening with the wild flower seed I sowed yet. You can just see the sticks with bits of foil I stuck all over the area to keep the pigeons away and it seems to have worked well. It just needs a good downpour now.
We had a new fence put up at the end of the garden and I've got some cans of dark preservative to paint it with, but actually quite like it as it is. It seems to reflect the light back and make the area much brighter.
The paths in the veg plot needed topping up, so we had a load of wood chippings delivered (free from a local tree surgeon). I made a start barrowing it through but there's a few more trips to go!
The plum tree is covered in blossom, hopefully there'll be a good crop again, though it is very old and diseased
The bluebells and whitebells seem to get earlier every year. We've got a few patches round the garden, but I'm looking forward to seeing them in the local woods.
There's also one solitary fritillary flower that pops up every year near the compost bins. They usually like damp places, but I guess it's happy here as it's shady.
Last but not least, more tulips. I love the ones with the red streaks. They always make me think of raspberry ripple ice cream!
Hope you have a lovely Easter break and don't eat too much chocolate :)