Getting Distracted by Spring Flowers

It’s hard not to get distracted by the flowers of spring, even though I still don’t have that many in the garden yet! Here’s a small tour of distraction.

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The pansies in The Little Fulla’s vege garden are in continuous bloom. And the slugs and snails have noticed.
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The flowers of the white-fleshed peach are darker and more subtle.
Flowers of the white-fleshed peach.
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The native white kakabeak (Clianthus puniceus) is a rare and beautiful sight, worth the challenge of constant warfare with slugs and snails.
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White kakabeak (Clianthus puniceus).
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White kakabeak (Clianthus puniceus).
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Dianthus ‘Passion’.
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An unknown wine red camellia that hides in the shadows.
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The wine red camellia.
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Verbena ‘Merci’.
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And what would spring be without some daffodils?

Spring has properly said “hello” now.

4 thoughts on “Getting Distracted by Spring Flowers

    1. Yes, they are quite something. It isn’t too hard to find at least one species or cultivar among garden centres, more often the red-flowered ones, but they are rare in the wild, mostly because they are a little too palatable to critters.

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