With the days still chilly, despite the sun, it’s a joy to find little pockets of colour as Spring flowers start to bloom. On the cliffs now the delicate wild violas are sprinkled low to the ground, whilst I managed to find a posy of flowers, both foraged from my field and homegrown to welcome my first guests of the season!
The daffodils are almost past their best, but now it’s the turn of the bluebells and creamy yellow primulas which look gorgeous with the forget-me-nots and calendula which have self-seeded all over my flower plot. These Spring colours are some of my favourites and herald the time when the colours start to explode as everything starts growing with a vengeance.
For a full-blown bluebell experience, Tehidy Woods near Camborne is a lovely spot for a woodland walk, as well as being the venue for the fabulous and magical Rogue Theatre shows throughout the year.