Anthony Sargeant took this photograph of Forget-me-nots bursting out from a crevice in the stone steps leading to the top part of his Shropshire garden. It is mid-April and the Forget-me-nots are flowering in profusion all over the garden where they have self seeded in their profligacy.
I have had these forget me nots at least ten years in my garden and I do not have to sew seeds every year. They are actually known as Brunnera Macrophylla, Siberian Bugloss or great forget-me-not. 64 more words
When learning about time and the twice yearly changing of the clocks we were taught to remember “Spring rise, Autumn fall”. The clocks go forward in the spring time, and retreat back in the autumn. 170 more words