callmemadam (callmemadam) wrote,
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Fritillaries



One of the few plants which have enjoyed the wet conditions. These are growing wild (i.e. they never get or require any attention) at the base of a hedge in my garden.

It's very frosty this morning, which just shows the danger of cutting back some of your plants too early.
Tags: fritillaries, garden
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