This evening, I am reverting to my garden theme with images of a variety of Spring colours and blooms from Greenbank Garden, south oif Glasgow.
This morning, I cycled up to Greenbank Garden to obtain more images of emerging colours of Spring. This post focuses on daffodils for which Greenbank is famous with about 500 different varieties. In previous posts I have included daffodils from Greenbank. Here is the latest batch.
This evening, my theme is the interesting primrose plant which flowers at this time of year. I found this isolated clump in a Glaswegian cemetery, a typical habitat. I believe this plant, which forms part of the primula family, is protected by law. The Latin name for the primrose is Primulus vulgaris. The plant normally grows to a height of 10cm and is native to Britain and Europe. The flowers vary from pale cream to deep yellow in colour.