More New Growth

I thought I’d share some pictures I’ve taken around the garden and village over the past week. A lot has been happening, growth-wise. At the beginning of the week the fruit trees in the garden were still in bud. As the days have passed they’ve all come fully into bloom. As you’ll see, I’ve taken lots of pictures of blossom! We have Apple Trees, Pear Trees and an Ornamental Cherry Tree. We also have two Lilacs that just today have begun blossoming, plus lots of other shrubs and flowers that are all looking increasingly impressive.

Some of the pictures were taken on my camera: a Canon EOS 1100D, using the 18-55mm lens; others were taken on my phone: a Samsung Galaxy S4. It depended what I had to hand when I spotted the plant I wanted to capture.

To enlarge the pictures and to find out what plants are shown, click on the gallery. I hope you like them.

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23 thoughts on “More New Growth

    1. I’m sending warm thoughts of Spring your way! We’ve not had much snow here this year. Even compared to the rest of the UK, never mind Canada, it’s been a really mild Winter. I hope your Spring arrives soon. 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Carrie! I’m glad you like them. 🙂 There are a couple of shrubs that I didn’t know the names of and couldn’t find online – I’ve just labelled them ‘shrub’ and ‘flowering shrub’! I plan on having another look for them later today.

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    1. I’d never realised just how different they all are until I had to arrange them for this post! I tended to move back and forth between the trees as I photographed, and they were taken over the course of a week, so the pictures weren’t even clumped together! Thanks for visiting. 🙂

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  1. The photographs are beautiful … How lucky of you to have all those varieties of trees over there!…
    Excellent gallery…. All my best wishes. Aquileana 😀

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