We asked members to go out into their gardens over Easter and take photos for a virtual show – and they didn’t disappoint.
First we have ‘gardens’ – some sent several photos (they’ve been working hard!), others one or two of interesting or favourite spots –
Then we have flowers in pots – at this time of year tulips seem to feature a lot –
Flowers in the rest of the garden produced a lot of Springtime favourites – daffodils, primroses, fritillaries . . .
The shrubs too were flowering well – Magnolias, Camellias (hope the recent frosts haven’t caused too much damage) and several others, including quinces and currants.
Finally some photos from Keele – an Easter walk to view the National Collection of Flowering Cherries
If you have been missing your garden visits then don’t forget the talk on Tuesday April 13th at 7.30pm – ‘The Dorothy Clive Garden, Seasonal Changes’. Full details and how to join in via Zoom or You Tube are on the Programme page.