Spring In Ireland April 2020 Part 3

The inevitable blossom drop. The pink blossoms are from the Prunus ‘Kanzan’ on the left. It is really in full show for two weeks before the petals fall. This one must be 6 meters tall at this stage and is thriving. Please forgive the leaning tree. We will deal with that this year! Another cherry,Continue reading “Spring In Ireland April 2020 Part 3”

Spring In Ireland. April 2020 Part 1

Some photos from around the garden. Lots of familiar faces emerging from their winter hibernation. Ribes “King Edward” or Flowering currant . This deciduous shrub is the first in our garden to come into leaf and flower. Already flowering two weeks at this stage. Fothergilla major. Mountain witch alder A lovely little shrub. This isContinue reading “Spring In Ireland. April 2020 Part 1”


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