I put these in last autumn, and I'd almost forgotten about them.
Everyone seems to be so aware of spring this year. I suppose it's because we had such a long hard winter.
These miniature daffs are beneath a couple of fruit trees that are directly in front of the cottage. The tree in the foreground is a Greengage, and the one behind is a Granny Smith.
The daffs are almost over now, but there are cowslips everywhere, and lots of japonica in the hedgerows. We're just keeping our fingers crossed that we have no late frosts.
Even the horses (in the distance) are enjoying spring. No flies as yet, and plenty of new lush grass.