It’s remained unsettled…

throughout this week and the only day that I’ve done any plotting was on Tuesday morning when I had a general weed round.
The blackthorn tree is now in full blossom, which is lovely to see against a blue sky.  Sadly it’s all to fleeting.

 

 

 

 

 

Out front at home are these pretty daffodils and nestling against the wall are some vinca.

   

It’s looks like being drier and sunnier from tomorrow onwards so I hope to get planting and sowing again.

Have a good weekend!

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20 Responses to It’s remained unsettled…

  1. Every day is a joy from here on in. Lovely pics, lovely blossom. Hope is an important thing in all areas of life.

  2. Jo says:

    The weather forecast is looking better for the rest of the week and in to the weekend so you should have some time for plotting. The blackthorn looks fabulous, it’s a shame it the blossom doesn’t last a little longer.

  3. Liz says:

    The blackthorn bloom is spectacular! I have vinca blooming in my front garden too! It’s such a lovely shade of blue.

  4. menhir1 says:

    The Blackthorn Tree is a huge surprise, it is stunning.
    I guess the unsettling weather could be a metaphor for our unsettled times.
    xx

  5. CJ says:

    Gorgeous spring blossoms, especially those pale daffodils. Hope you have a good weekend Flighty. CJ xx

  6. Doris says:

    Although it is officially spring here in Montreal, we have nothing like this! It is a nice preview for me. 🙂

  7. I hope the black thorn sets and then you will have sloes for sloe gin! X

  8. snowbird says:

    Oh….that blackthorn against the blue sky is a sight for sore eyes….beautiful! xxx

  9. Happy plotting, followed by lots of watering! Lovely post xx

  10. nikkipolani says:

    Oh, that’s nice that you have some daffs to enjoy near home as well. The vincas in Central California are all abloom, too.

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