Our long established cherry trees have burst into flower this week. The warmer weather has arrived and the garden is returning to life.
Cherry blossom Detail of a cherry blossom Detail of a cherry blossom My work is keeping me trapped inside for the bulk of the day but, when I can in the late evening, I am outside.
Detail of plum blossom
Read more →Daffodils! In the middle of January!
Read more →Near the bee hotel in Lyon’s parc de la tête d’or is a small section set aside for wild flowers.
Read more →The rose garden (la roseraie) in the Parc de la Tête d’Or has an abundance of flowers at the moment. For a lot of the year it sits there quietly, unadorned, in shades of green.
The daffodils came and went at the beginning of spring, and now it is a sea of pink and red roses. On a warm day, with their perfume wafting through the air, it is simply delightful.
Read more →While Graham has been keeping you up-to-date here, I’ve been in something of a hibernation. So, I though it was time I came out of my cosy little corner, and reconnected with the world, if only to share these photos from our walk in the park this afternoon.
Read more →During our holidays, I spent a rainy hour or so reading. Then the sun came out, and this was the view out the window.
Read more →Thank you, anonymous neighbour, for sharing your delightful flowers with us.
Read more →A short video to capture the spring flowers while they are still in bloom.
Read more →Blue sky, sunshine, and flowering daffodils. A perfect weekend for walks in the park.
Read more →The first spring bulbs are starting to appear in the Parc de la Tete d’Or.
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