In a moment of splurging on gifts for others, I popped some indoor bulb kits into my trolley. Getting up early in mid-December to plant them I have already been rewarded.
The hyacinths have been and gone – filling the kitchen with lovely scent in the run up to Christmas.
The paperwhites are up and just blooming, not quite in time for Christmas but made it for New Year.
The Amaryllis are sitting on the windowsill next in line.
And finally, hidden away in the alleyway, under the gas meter, are this selection of indoor daffodils, hyacinths and crocus, waiting for their moment to bloom.
In the early morning light the first yellow flower can be seem. The winter flowering plants give me faith that through the ever darkening days, there is spring on the other side.
I promised awhile ago to return to writing about photography. My first post is over here.
There is more to come …..
This was my classroom at Shuttleworth today. A walk around the wondrous estate looking at the trees. So much better then being stuck inside – if only all lessons could be like this. Kicking myself for not putting my camera in my bag, all these taken on the humble iPhone.
I discovered sourdough this year and am now an avid baker. Having learnt the basics, it was my absolute joy to win a day learning about sweet sourdough.
My post about the day is here.