Be it a chilly start, a gloriously sunny Saturday was spent with good food and good company in a beautiful garden. My little place of comfort.
After lunch at the garden centre, we began lifting some plants from the railwaymen's cottage.
TMTC dug up clumps of snowdrops which had finished flowering, some bluebells yet to bloom, along with some lily of the valley and a couple of native primroses. There was a little confusion over a clump of daylilies before lifting the chosen variety, and an emerging crown of peonies was also potted up. Lastly a pot full of a yet unknown shade loving perennial plant was removed.
An inventory was written up of plants to be lifted during later visits, along with the ornaments and statues to make the move when HS2 hit the final nail.
Sadly this, in all probability is the last spring we shall spend here.