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Or four winged pterodactyls from the age of the dinosaurs. I am sure they were much more colourful than they are depicted.
Don't forget when thinning out to put the leavef the thinnings in your salad bowl - delicious.
Epimedium rubrum or Warleyense. I'll try and find pics. The
first one is Warleyense. Looks more like the second which is rubrum.
The bluebells are just opening here and the apple blossom which is very late for both, but the good news is there are lots of bees and butterflies out today so great hopes for good pollination this year.
My wine red tulips are opening now and my double yellow, orange, red ones are still stunning, The forget -me-nots are making a fine show before the blurebells swamp them .
I guess alliums.
My late tulips are hot on the heels of the early ones this year. These ones are a lovely deep red, very dramatic.
Or at sunrise and sunset! Lovely pics.
My tulip tree one of my favourites has its first leaves opening above the kerria in my spinney.
This is an echevaria, gardeningfantic. Not sure of the species but looks like peacockii.