~ a gardening and allotment notebook
So surreal (and pretty) to see in June!
Thanks for your comment. Most spooky seeing daffs at this time of year :)
It's amazing how everything's so late this year. My lilac was a good month behind it's usual bloom date.
We noticed a lot of lilacs in flower at the weekend Jo. I wonder whether this current warm spell will see everything catch up with itself as far as flowering goes.
How wonderful to still see the daffodils! There aren't any left in my garden sadly, but I think they would have been smothered out by the other plants now anyway.
It was a pleasant but unexpected sight Paula. Mine are all over too but Shropshire (where the daffs were flowering) may be slightly colder than where we live.
How lovely! Everything seems to be late here too this year.
Thanks for your comment Cathy - so it's not just here then :)
crazy year, isn't it...so you're able to enjoy a touch of spring in early summer, not bad is it ;) what's the name of the white daffs?
All sightly upside down and back to front Annette. I'm afraid that the white daffs did not have a label so I do't know the name :(
Is that your meadow in the second picture?
Would that it was Cathy but both photos were taken at Hodnet Hall Gardens :)
I also still have daffodils and only commented yesterday about still having them in June- surreal
I thought mine had all finished flowering ...just found 4 still in flower today and it's 16th June now.
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