This week, we planted magic beans for Granny. (I kept the rude ones for us!)
I can't wait to see how these turn out.
The Fatsia grew some chocolate Easter Eggs.
And the bunny hid them in hard to reach places. For cheeky fun:-)
And the freaky blond fronds on the fern are continuing their unfurling dance.
They continue to freak me out, because as I was trying to come up with some showy-offy, poetic way to describe their dance, they reminded me of snakes.
A basket full of poised little snakes.
I love my ferns, but they are making my skin crawl.
So here's some music for my ferns to groove to.
Other Ferns have yet to start uncoiling.
And yet another hairy fern with an odd, darker comb-over, reminds me of a squid or an octopus tentacle.
Looking thankfully less snake-like, or greasy-haired; I noticed how another Fern curls out from either side of the frond.
Like the top of a Cello,
or a Handlebar Moustache.
I have a hipster fern.
I noticed these because I thought there were dead, dry bits that were hanging off that needed removing. But they were the lighter-coloured new growth.
I find it fascinating.
The Acers have got their leaves back.
Out and about, I enjoyed a walk in a Bluebell wood, Bluebells etc. and snapped some blooms in the newly opened Blenheim Palace Butterfly House.