Lockdown Gallery – week 2

March 30 to April 5

Weather: The warm sunny days have disappeared. A cool and cloudy week with northerly winds

Pat Inman is our first contributor

Judy Barton’s garden is looking good

Lockdown Gallery – Week one

Here’s Maggie Youdan’s first contribution

Preston Harrison’s garden is rich in daffodils at the moment

Carine Carson has a new garden, which was due to be landscaped. Sadly C-19 means that the work is off for the time being, but she is making the most of what she has!

Cath Rochelle, new to the group, has plenty to be proud of:

One from the editor, Brian Hackett (or should that be Hacquet?)

Hacquetia epipactis

Also locked down in Massachusetts, Nette Bricker-Barrett is envious of our Yorkshire colour. She says “Oh my gosh, the HPS lockdown photos are amazing, beautiful flowers already!  Your members’ gardens must be weeks ahead of ours.  We have lots of dead-looking stuff with occasional evergreens in ours.”

Nette’s garden in North Andover, Massachusetts

Diane Rawnsley submitted the next batch. She says “We are enjoying the daffodils which we don’t normally see as we are usually away at this time of year….every cloud..

Judith Ladley sends us “My over-crowded front and back gardens, plus a plant which some people may not be familiar with: corydalis cheilanthefolia

John and Joyce Kenny have lots in bloom at Woodroyd, Denby Dale

Peter Williams offers these delights from his garden

Terry Benton is an HPS member from Wiltshire. Not only does he offer some fine flowers, but also a very impressive insect

3 thoughts on “Lockdown Gallery – week 2

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