Friday, 15 May 2009

It is still again

Now the wind has dropped I can take photos of the hanging wisteria. It is bursting with floweriness.
This unusual plant has extra plump berries this year. It has become a much more healthy plant over the past few years. It used to be rather spindly and unsure of itself.
The Queen Anne's Lace in the long grass where the daffodils and bluebells were. One of the places to hide easter eggs. In our garden there are so many places to hide things it becomes a hotter/colder game instead of a simple search.


  1. Did you know that your "unusual plant " is a Mahonia? Sorry....mad gardener here!

  2. Just saw this post, I absolutely love wisteria!


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