The March Lion

Daffodils in a cornish spring garden

After the storm and the Daffodils are unruffled

“March roars in like a Lion and out like a lamb” Well March has certainly roared in like a lion this week, treating us to (hopefully) one final flourish of the #stormwithnoname as social media dubbed it. Now I’m waiting patiently for the second part of the edict “out like a lamb”

Still this morning, the viciously cold wind of yesterday, gave way to a gently warm day today and the wild storm capped waves that yesterday raced across Mounts bay have settled down once more with the mellow blanket of spring once again wrapped around us.

Snowdrops

A treasured pot of snowdrops a thoughtful gift from a special guest

I took a few snaps in the spring garden this morning of the golden daffodils untouched under their sheltering palms, although one tree didn’t fare as well with a huge bough torn off by the sheer force of the winds. In comparison the little video was taken at the height of the gale, from the Blue bedroom, showing the palms bending in the wind.[youtube

 

About Christine Taylor

Charles and Christine Taylor have hosted Luxury Bed and Breakfast at Ednovean Farm Nr Penzance in West Cornwall since 1991 and live there with three cats and eight horses including a Spanish Stallion called Danni. Christine writes a weekly blog about life on the farm and garden with an occasional series about places of interest in West Cornwall

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