Thanks for visiting for this last Five on Friday over at Amy's Love Made My Home blog. I'd just like to say a big thank you Amy for getting us all together on Fridays, I've so enjoyed meeting all you lovely people and if it hadn't been for you Amy, this wouldn't have happened. Hopefully you'll be able to join in with Tricky and Carly on FAST from next week.
Now that Gardeners World is back on TV, it's definitely time to see what's happening in the garden and what better garden to visit at the beginning of the season than our favourite West Green Gardens, see the label above. Incidentally I've created a couple of pages above too which have an index of links to my blog posts in those categories to save you searching through, hopefully these work!
One - Café
Let's just go straight into the café for a spot of lunch. The garden had only been open a couple of days following the winter closure but the café was firing on all four cylinders, freshly painted and full of pretty knick-knacks and twinkly fairy lights.
Not a great deal to see so early on but it was all neat and tidy with lots and lots of shoots poking through the ground heralding what's to come.
In the wild areas, lots of colourful hellebores looked wonderful interspersed with iris and hyacinths.
Four - Daffodils
Swathes of daffodils covered the grassy areas down to the lake.
Colourful benches ready for you to plonk down on and admire the view, always look so inviting.
Five - Greenhouse
The scent of hyacinths assaults the nose as soon as the doors of the greenhouse are opened. It's always so pretty in here.
Wonderful West Green, see you again really soon, so glad you are open again.
See you again soon too!
Have a great week.