Although we can still not hold our meetings indoors, we have asked members to send in photos of their Spring gardens, so that others can enjoy them. We have made up a gallery below.
Our President, Diane Blyth says
” What a joy it is to see all the spring flowers after the dull winter months and short days. It has been a cold spring with only a few intermittent warm days, however, it has made the spring flowers last so much longer. From the snowdrops and aconites in January and February which lasted for weeks, to the daffodils, scillas, chinadoxers, grape hyacinths, muscaries and hellebores. The very welcome blossom of blackthorn and crab apples in the bare hedgerows, and the camellias, cherry blossom and magnolias in peoples gardens. Spring is a wonderful time of the year and the fact we have had more spare time to enjoy all these treasures has helped us through these strange times. I look forward to the fruit trees blooming but hope the frosts are gone by then. Spring is a wonderful time of the year to enjoy.”Diane Blyth, President