As it was a lovely Spring day yesterday, unlike today which is a return to Winter, I went out into the garden and photographed some of the flowers booming in profusion.
I love it when plants, all in a bunch, bloom together, making a stunning wall of colour.
Admittedly, the irises have been flowering for several months, but not quite with the density of display as of late.
The clivias have just started to flower and the pink daisies (whatever they're called) are a mat of pink on the ground.
There is a lilac bush in the front garden which I planted 20 years ago. It was a sucker from a lilac tree that was in the backyard of a house I lived in 22 years ago. It has certainly taken it's time to flower, as this year is the only time it has borne blossom over the 20 years it has been growing there, near the front gate. The parent tree is long gone, as that other house was renovated shortly after I moved out and the garden was destroyed. I had, understandably, given up hope long ago that the lilac would ever flower, so I'm pleased that it has finally obliged.