Goodbye Daffodils, Welcome Bluebells.

Spring progresses and the various flowers and plants have their own spot in the parade. The wild garlic is the exception which seems to hang around for weeks. It also spreads like wildfire. We are surrounded by it. Has it spread from us to the fields, or from the fields to us?

Today’s Blipfoto shows that the latest spot in the parade is the bluebells. There are a number of varieties of bluebell, and I like these. I have never planted any.

The next significant is poppies. They are also prolific spreaders.
As are beech trees and maple trees. I have discovered quite a few new examples.

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