Pinks, purples and reds

The sunshine has brought quite a few plants out of dormancy lately. I snapped some photos of what’s blooming (or beginning to appear) in my little garden this week:

Blossom from a dwarf cherry tree.
Surely one of the most fascinating flowers at this time of year – fritillaria meleagris.
Tulip ‘Bastogne’…I lost track of where I’d planted these, so I’m glad to see them!
Aquilegia ‘Winky Double Red-White’…great name.
Geum ‘Scarlet Tempest’ beginning to bloom.
Surprise wallflowers – I’m not sure of the name, but they’re lovely.

In the next few weeks I look forward to sharing stories about biodiversity at Eddington (NW Cambridge), and an interview with artist Clare Halifax, who recently exhibited at Cambridge Contemporary Art.

Wishing you a great week ahead!

Until next time,

🌞 Katherine

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