Monday, 8 April 2019

Early Spring Flowers In My Cornish Garden

An abundance of pink azalea flowers

A few early spring flowers in my garden - though they probably make my garden look much better than it actually is! 

Red camelia flower

Primroses in the garden

Azalea pink flowers

Early spring flowers


Primula in a Cornish garden

4 comments:

  1. Beautifully photographed Mike, I find flowers very hard to photograph. I really like the creamy yellow Primulars, or are they Polyanthus? I have Polyanthus (same colour) in my garden that I raised from seed a few years ago, they flower every year.

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    1. Thanks David. The flowers you mention I have always thought to be primroses, they have been in the garden for many years (too many to remember!) They seed themselves and pop up everywhere - I just move them around occasionally.

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  2. What a lovely collection of spring flowers! You use such a good variety of colors in your garden. Nothing is blooming here yet except for daffodils, of course. The trees are just beginning to bud out so that's always a good sign of things to come. Thanks for sharing your garden.

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    1. Hello Ann, thank you. The colours are more luck than judgement. The flowers in the photos have been in position for many years - the primroses and primulas seed themselves and pop up everywhere, and the azaleas virtually look after themselves, other than a clipping now and again. The weather has been very good here, some rain but also sunshine.

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