102. How Does Your Garden Grow?
Ahhh I for one will be sad to see April pass. It's been a month of lovely weather (on the whole) and an explosion of colour in gardens and the countryside. But May, well May will set the charge for Junes roses and more colour and more sunshine. It's a fine time of the year!
Photos this week were taken at the Meet Up at the weekend at lovely RHS Wisley. I took so many photographs and even after a huge editing cull I still ended up with 100 that I really like, hence my splitting the photos up, the orchids photos can be seen here, the sea of tulips here and the Meet Up photos here. The photos today are from walking about that day, the bits that caught my eye as we wandered.
And ending in true noob style - does anyone know what these two below are please?
Thank you to all who joined in last week, there were some late-in-the-week joiner-inners too. Some faves include: Spring in an Exmoor Garden, lovely alpines, twisted willow beauty here, an introduction to the 'shaving brush' tree, helpful lavender planting advice, a walled kitchen garden, growing chicks and someone new joining in in their first year of growing fruit and veg.