Category Archives: Spring Flowers

The secret Gardens of Chaulden

Flaunden Lane near Bovingdon A concept to regard A Mediterranean Nursery Easy for the bard To soak up all its floral gifts The complementary Interacting many coloured Pattened woven spree A place of peace and harmony An idyll in a … Continue reading

April jasmine an opera played out in silence

Jasmine green A ballerina Emerging from the stem Pirouette’s whose golden fingers Hold a future gem A starlit curl of blossom A scent to captivate Wind and rain and gentleness Resulting from the wait The honest truth abundantly As myriad … Continue reading

Buttercups

It’s said that Deers like Buttercups But cows and horses they Along with sheep and pigs it seems Won’t eat them any day The reason being Nature Instinctively agrees Historicity proclaims And on such facts we seize also known as … Continue reading

Hyacinth

      Celestial bells hold magical spells positive perfumed appealing cells delicate forms as the spring warms each curl each whirl we see with its fragrance its lure’s every nose in the land and very few know even less … Continue reading

Daffodils

        Each tiny bloom is perfect it shot up on its stem it rose into the heavens each petal formed the gem a golden cherub in the raw dances in the breeze welcoming Ostara’s gaze and all … Continue reading