Flowers first then leaves. A relative of the Winter Heliotrope, Petasites fragrans. Or, as my friend Lizzie calls it ‘pestites…’ it spreads!
Tiny droplets of mist settled on this daisy. Pretty in the mizzle.
The violets are out today, perhaps to greet all who nurture (it is mother’s day in the UK), perhaps to delight those who stop and notice, and certainly to just be.
This feels like full circle: lesser celandine is back in flower. Back in April, during the first lockdown I wrote about this bright little flower before…. …and we’re still in lockdown. It feels like a long while!
Violets are starting to flower in Cornwall. Looking more closely, I’m intrigued by the change of colour pattern on their leaves as they mature with more daylight hours.
Seeds of a thisle ready to take off on an adventure into the unknown. hope – flexibility – optimism – acceptance – risk – appreciation – opportunity – resilience – smile! I’m ready to travel again, too!
Mellow yellow! After blue, white and pink, the yellow has returned to our lanes. Not in form of daffodils, of course, but a range of shapes and sizes…