and I’ve now planted all the new spring bulbs that I bought recently.
The white crocus Snow Bunting are by the dog rose in an area that has previously always been left bare. The white nacissi Thalia are where the hawthorn tree was and the dwarf yellow Tete-a-tetes all around the dogwood.
I was going to dig up all the old bulbs but only lifted some leaving the crocus that are by the rose Pretty Lady and a group of large flowering daffodils near the rhubarb.
I’ve still to decide what, if any, bulbs to plant in the long container in which I usually put some crocus. I’m thinking that I may try dwarf tulips for a change.
As well as the cosmos and pot marigolds that I mentioned and showed last Sunday there are still some orange, red and yellow nasturtiums around the plot providing welcome brightness, especially on dull days like today. I like the deep red ones, which with their yellow throats seem to glow.
Have a good weekend!