St David’s Day in the garden

St David’s Day is celebrated across Wales on March 1st along with the national flower the daffodil which is in bloom in March. So I thought I would take a few St David’s Day pictures from my no-daffodil in sight garden:

The crocus grow here

The crocus grow here

No crocus in sight – though the little stems were showing in early January. They have since been buried.

The hellebore should be here

The hellebore should be here

The hellebore are growing here – under about 4 inches of ice and snow.

Early daffodils and miniature iris should be here.

Early daffodils and miniature iris should be here.

The early daffodils and little miniature iris should be brightening the landscape here in March. Today they are under 2 feet of ice and snow from the driveway.

So not a crocus let alone a daffodil in sight!

 


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