Last Sunday (appropriately) we had a few hours of lovely sunshine, so I managed to take several photos. Here's a selection of them.
The Prunus Autumnalis "Surbhitella" is reviving after losing most of its first batch of blossoms in the very severe weather at Christmas time.
Some Crocuses are just beginning to appear at various place, like in the shingle around the base of the Bronze Maple tree
And at the base of the "Fish" tree (Sorbus)
The Dogwood is still looking good. This red one is the one I call "Cornus Milton Keynesii" because I grew it from cuttings I took in the town called Milton Keynes.
Here it is sticking out above the carpet of decaying maple leaves.
The Euphorbia buds are beginning to swell...
The Aquilegia (Columbine) is putting up new shoots. This one will eventually produce pink flowers.
Here we are at the end of the day. This shot is one I snapped off as I went back into the house after pursuing that fox...
Roll on Summer...