What's Looking good in March 2020

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  1. strongylodon

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    You mean like this @shiney.:biggrin:
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    Coronilla is the only other shrub in flower both yellow.
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    Acer Orange Dream just waking up.
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      @strongylodon your Sophora is always a few weeks in front of ours and your Coronilla is a few months ahead :noidea:. I've spotted only one flower bud on the Coronilla and we don't usually see any colour for ages yet.

      But I bet you haven't got a sweetpea in bloom :heehee:. I like the purple tips on our one that's blooming. :blue thumb:
       
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        Good morning everyone:smile:

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          Flowering Currant:smile:

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            A few from the front garden.
            Camelias.
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            Fatsia Spiders Web.
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            Pieris Forest Flame
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            Cordyline cha cha, clump forming (looks like a Phormium) not fully hardy but I have only had to bring it in overnight once this winter.
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              The daffodils in the courtyard have come out well. It looks like the "winter" jasmine is ready to burst into colour. I was a bit disappointed with the Brunnera. To be fair though, it is still a very young plant and I'm sure that once its beefed itself out it will put on a great display. Out of shot, the Sorbus is budding nicely.

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                young Katsura just coming into leaf
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                Mummy Katsura :)
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                Our first Viburnum to flower (10ft high)
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                Clematis at the top of an 11ft Lilac
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                Spider is producing new leaves
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                Lonely Fritillaria - others seem to have disappeared :sad:
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                Our lone sweetpea flower brings a smile to my face
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                Trillium standing above its friends
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                Tree peony budding up nicely - 32 buds so far :blue thumb:
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                Kerria
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                Smiling in the sun
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                Trying to hide
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                    Looking gorgeous @Upsydaisy .

                    Spring is definitely here ;)
                     
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                      Anemone nemorosa
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                      Buddleja salvifolia "Alba"
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                      Corydalis solida "George Baker"
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                        Good morning :smile:

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                          Just a few bits.

                          Restaurant open as usual

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                          Panda food.

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                          WOO in mind.

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                              Really like those matching round pots @roders. Also like the Bird Cafe/Take Away. My Panda food is doing well ... it is peeking out on the left , about 5ft tall now.

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                                Good afternoon @roders my friend and thank you ,it all looks just great and I will never get thirsty;):smile:
                                 
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