The first of the woodland spring flowers are appearing in Ashwick Grove.
Is it a mouse that is eating the bottom of the flowers of the Wild Daffodils
One of several groups of Wild Daffodil in Ashwick Grove
First of the Primroses in a Woodland setting
Clump of Primroses in Ashwick Grove
Primroses in flower amongst Snowdrops, Wild daffodils and probably Bluebells latter
This Sheet of Snowdrops is approx. twice the size framed here in Ashwick Grove
Sheets of Snowdrops in Ashwick Grove
Primroses in Grassland, with far more flowers than those in woodland
Wild Daffodil in full flower at the top of Ashwick Grove
Towards the top of the Ashwick Grove valley is a Folly set just above the track to Ashwick Grove House. It would have formed a Garden feature to welcome and impress visitors to the main house.
Over 4 weeks behind their neighbours at Stone Bridge, the Snowdrops at Keeper’s Cottage are finally coming into flower.
Finally the Snowdrops at Keeper’s Cottage are coming into full flower
Flowers nearly fully open, weeks after those at the Stone Bridge.
The bank opposite the Cottage is now covered with the little nodding bell flowers.
The Snowdrops opposite the Stone Bridge are now in full flower.
Some of the flower petals are being nibbled, perhaps by Mice, so now not sure how long they will last
While the Snowdrops at the Stone Bridge are in full flower, those at Keeper’s Cottage are yet to open up today.
Snowdrops at Keeper’s Cottage
Just coming into flower
Snowdrops just peeking out
The Snowdrops on the bank opposite the Stone Bridge are in full flower this week. Nice sheets of them, not quite fully open flowers yet, perhaps this weekend
However the other Snowdrops by the sides of Keepers Cottage are not in flower yet