I’m a bit late to the party, (and missed the link up) but I’ve wanted to write another post for some time but haven’t had the material to do so. So, Hawthorn’s scavenger hunt for spring is perfect. I’ve spent the weekend doing some maintenance in the yarden and have noticed lots of signs that spring is on its way.
Here’s a collage of the gorgeous blooms that are signalling the arrival of the best of seasons.
I bought a UK farmed Trout the other day and thought I would try a ‘take two’ with the mustard.
I smeared only a little this time on the Trout who we called Charles and boiled some Charlotte potatoes and tossed some onion in a bowl with baby leaf salad. The result was pleasant and not eye watering as the first take was. I was very pleased with the outcome. 🙂
Earlier that day I had been taking some pictures of the late spring flowers in my garden. Pictures taken were Azalea, Aquilegia which decided to seed itself in a piece of soil in the alleyway and roses and carnations which I bought from the supermarket.