Wednesday, March 28

woo hoo the bluebells are here!!


Oh bliss, the bluebells are out!

woods fields and hedgerows full of fragrant happiness




(ps don't worry I didn't pick them- the tractor & harrow mowed them down)


9 comments:

OhSoVintage said...

Thankyou for your note on what my screen was originally used for. I would never have known that so appreciate your knowledge. I love bluebells and if there are enough of them in a wood then the scent is divine. Where I used to live in Cornwall, May 8th is Flora Day and all the shops decorate the outsides with bluebells and so I always associate them with this wonderful day.
Ruth x

Melissa said...

Such a pretty sign of spring!

koralee said...

What a lovely blog you have....oh pure joy bluebells..one of my favourite springtime flowers! Have a great day. xo

Sylvia said...

Lovely bluebells, Elaine !
Nice to hear that everything is well and we're enjoying lovely spring weather too !
Today I did some gardening, a lot to do outside.
Nice evening,
Sylvia

Annie said...

I love bluebells, I was thinking about them only yesterday as I haven't seen any yet this year.
Ann x

Menopausalmusing said...

My favourite time of year..... such lovely flowers to see.

Sherri B. said...

How niced to see your bluebells are out...ours haven't showed up yet. We have had a few days of Spring weather and enjoyed it so! xo

bears footprints said...

oh i havent seen any yet, i do love them though along with the daffs and snowdrops x

Cheap2Chic said...

I love bluebells and on Wednesday I bought a pot of proper English ones from Stewarts at Broomhill. I have planted them at the special Colehill woodland for my beloved dad along with some cowslips.

As an aside, judging by Stewarts prices you must have thousands of pounds worth of bluebells in the fields!

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