But some of my plants that like the rain....
the tree ferns, pushing up crosiers although some of their fronds have been browned by the frosts
I am pleased to see my 'Shuttlecock' fern. I had forgotten I had planted one up here and they are sprouting up all over the place.
Due to the dry winter I thought this had had it too, but obviously not!
As for the lawn, well what can I say, except it is very lush and extremely long and far to wet to mow. The dog hates going on it at the moment.
More 'Shuttlecock Ferns'
On the right of the filter box is 'Rheum palmatum' it spent the last 2 years in a pot, it looks so much happier in the ground.. The Gunnera is on the left of the filter box and is not liking the cold, I must remember to cover it this weekend before the frosts.
A fern I got from 'Freecycle' so I have no idea what its like.
Another 'Freecycle' fern.
and again, don't you just love the fronds unfurling, its probably one of the reasons I have so many
This fern was in front of the old shed and grows really tall, it spent most of last year in a big bucket and really only went in the ground December. With the dry winter we had I wasn't sure if it had come through as my watering of it was very erratic, so I am thrilled to see it unfurling. I think I must get a book on ferns.
I spent a lovely morning in the greenhouse, but that will be for another day as I don't want to overload you with photos.