As yesterday was the spring equinox, I decided to take a walk in our garden. My dizzy problem had returned, and I hoped the fresh air would help. This problem is a regular visitor who usually gives up after a day or two. I had given up trying to write as wearing my glasses made it worse, so I took them off and was stumbling around the garden like an idiot. But every time I saw a flash of colour I took a picture.
I am dictating this as the keyboard is a blur, so I apologise for any discrepances.
The first flash of colour I spotted was the yellow forsythia, which for some reason, is growing in the hedge that runs down our garden, separating us from the neighbours. I rather like it there.
This Japanese quince is a bonsai, currently awaiting repotting.
Not sure what these are called, but they appear all over the place.
Such a lovely colour…
And finally, I must add my little orphan, this white azalea. I have had him for a long time; he never seems to grow but always blooms around Christmas. These flowers are the fourth to arrive; all the others were knobbled by the weather!