Wednesday, March 31

Celandines

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  1. Nice vernal flowers Sue.
    Happy and warm spring in your allotment.

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    1. Wishing you and your family an Easter filled with joy and hope.
      Happy Easter!

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    2. Thanks Nadezda I hopefully that your too had a good Easter

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  2. My borders are full of Lesser Celandine, and I'm not sure whether to dig them out or let them be. Such a pretty splash of colour.

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    1. It’s a dilemma, Deborah. I’m the same with poached egg plants

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  3. Wordsworth's favourite flower! They crop up in three of his poems.

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    1. He must have been a fan of yellow flowers, Mal

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  4. So pretty and sunshiney! We have a small patch of these growing on the bank of our little stream. They take me by surprise every year.

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    1. The sun makes their petals glow, Anna

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  5. Welcoming the Sun - beautiful!

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