Last week I almost complained about weather skipping spring. Stupid me.

As if this was read somewhere far away, at the weather brewing kitchen, it all swung back to “normal” – which is cold, rainy and windy. Not much of a gardening weather. But the plants know how to behave, despite the cold. They start to bloom – giving me much pleasure.

lenten rose detail 8.4.
pink lenten rose (helleborus orientalis)
kugelprimeln 8.4.
drumstick primrose (primula denticulata)
daffodil with a spider (narcissus)
wild tulipa 8.4.
tulipa Alba Coerulea Oculata (humilis alba)
lenten rose white 8.4.
cream lenten rose (helleborus orientalis)
peach blossoms with bumble bee (prunus persica)
tulips 8.4.
tulip Maria Christina (tulipa greigii)
violets 8.4.
violets (viola)

7 thoughts on “normal

  1. Wow! These are your own flowers, Lyart? I’m impressed! I have a few beds of spring bulbs (tulip, narcissus, daffodil, crocus, hyacinth, one or two day lilies) so more colors and shapes are blooming by the day. As for plants knowing how to behave in different types of weather, I noticed tulips close their petals when it’s cold or rainy. Very cool. 🙂

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    1. you are right, tulips “breathe”. and yes, these pictures all were taken yesterday in my little patch. But mind you – maybe I am a better photographer than gardener 😉

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