Summer colour begins here for your borders, pots & hanging baskets. One of the most popular groups of summer bedding and pot plants are Pelargoniums, you may know them as Geraniums. They take the form of either upright or trailing varieties. With their bright colourful blooms, that will be produced all summer long and well…
Here they are,our spring Pansies pricked out and ready to grow.
Our first glimpse of our Spring Pansies.
Beautiful pure white blossom of Blackthorn (prunus spinosa) are some of the first blossom to appear in early spring.
Here is Stephanie already in flower here at Cramden Nursery. A pretty early flowering geranium that brightens up the spring time garden.
Great to see our third stock house full of plants again, now that feels like spring.
Look what I found this morning before the sun evaporated the dew. Just simply beautiful.
Beautiful tete-a tete Dafffodils, shining in the sunshine.
The soft velvety buds of the pussy willow tree are out, a good sign that spring is on its way. They look like fluffy white rabbit tails and are so soft to the touch.
As winter begins to fade signs of sping can be found in the garden and countryside. The catikins of the Hazel come in February and as the trees are leafless they are easy to spot. These pendulous catkins are the male part of the flowers, the female flowers are the red tufts that grow out…