As I’ve been working round the plot this month I’ve been trying to remember where the various of groups of bulbs, mostly daffodils, are. That’s to avoid digging them up or, worse still, chopping them with the spade or spearing them with a fork. Next year once they’ve finished flowering I may dig some up to regroup them, and also note where they all are.
This morning I treated myself and bought a dozen daffodil Unsurpassable which as you can see is a classic all yellow variety. These will go in front of the log up in the top north-west corner where I’ve recently cleared a suitable spot.
Some weeks ago I noticed that the nerines still had leaves but they were dying back, but more recently they had completely disappeared. When I looked yesterday I was most surprised to see that several flower stems had appeared.
Fingers crossed that they’ll bloom soon and not suffer the vagaries of the weather.