Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Blossom!

So nearly every day I walk past the gardens either too or from work, friends and family. You would think I would notice when somethink as changed. Right?

Well its not always the case, some time the gardens are really busy with students or people walking their dog's. So I wait patiently for a quite moment. I suppose really I don't really want people questioning what I'm up to.  Bad I know..

Anyway!

About two weeks after my last post about the gardens and my tree. The Prunus Grandiflora (grandmother's tree) started to bloom. Yay!!!


Sorry about the windswept looking picture.

Look how beautiful this one above turn out. After me taking picture after picture to get the right one..

The rest of the garden since the new fencing went up is slowly getting there. I first thought WHAT!!! No shrubs, but I'm not sure if you can tell by the picture below.  There is wild flowers and grass growing. Maybe the local gardeners will class the wild flowers as weeds.. But for me I like love the let nature take its course kind of thing!



One last thing the other trees in the gardens are just about still flowering!





2 comments:

  1. Nice looking tree! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I wonder what will happen about the bare borders. Grass and wildflowers would be great but the council will be forever mowing them down before they'd flowered. A 'watch this park as well as this tree' time!

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