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It has been another cold windy day but the garden is coming alive.

This is another new small prunus called Nipponica Brilliant.
It is now in bloom but I have kept it in greenhouse as I didn’t want the wind to blow the blossom away. Perhaps tomorrow will be the day when it can go in the garden !!

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very nice tree, yes the wind is a bit wild isn't it. We had a bike ride and the trip was very 'bumpy', even with our combined weight we were buffeted about.

is the last one a cardamine?

15 Mar, 2019

 

Good idea Marjorie , keeping it in the green house. I hope this wind dies down soon !

15 Mar, 2019

 

The Prunus is very pretty and well worth protecting. We have very strong winds again tomorrow and then it begins to calm down again.

15 Mar, 2019

 

Eileen I was going to ask that question but I forgotšŸ˜”
The photo doesn't do it justice as the flower is a lilac colour and it has self set everywhere but I don't pull it up as it is very pretty in Spring. Any idea?

15 Mar, 2019

 

Always the same with those March winds.... Our Magnolia is just about keeping its flowers... We have had a few gales of late.

15 Mar, 2019

 

it looks like Cardamine pentaphylla [showy toothwort]. did I give you some when you visited? I have it in the side garden where the yew tree used to be. I think it also has an underground rhizome.

15 Mar, 2019

 

Hi Eileen
Yes you are right it is Cardamine and yes it possibly came from your garden. It is very pretty and seeds every where.
Marjorie x

16 Mar, 2019

 

Beautiful spring blooms you have its very windy here today I just hope the saying is true if March comes in like a lion it will go out like a lamb.

16 Mar, 2019

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