Thanks for visiting especially as it's Five on Friday, Amy at Love Made My Home has organised another link-up over on her blog which you'll be able to see if you click on the link. Thanks Amy. 😊
Thanks also to my dear friend for taking me to Wisley Gardens this week for a great mooch and a natter. Here are my five from this impressive Royal Horticultural Garden, still asleep for the Winter but with buds and bulbs getting ready to bloom.
The Spring bulbs are starting to push through the ground. The hellebores and snowdrops were looking beautiful but in a couple of weeks, you won't be able to move for crocuses.
A warmer day greeted us and hundreds of others who were all set to see the butterflies fluttering in the glass house, a special event for half term. Later in the day, the skies grew grey, light rain fell and a rainbow shone over the RHS Wisley buildings. Henry Moore's King and Queen surveyed the lake trying to decide on a swim or not.
Colourful metal flowers popped up in the flower beds, a prelude to the anticipated real ones.
The small gardens and beds had been tidied and reorganised ready for the growing season. In fact a lot of construction work was underway, however some specimens had their time to shine before all the colour breaks through again. This bamboo caught my eye with its striking stems.
Last of all, you have to have a look round the gift shop and at the plant sales. Something for everyone.
Have a good week.