These bright little crocus flowers with their petals opened in the welcome sunshine, fairly raise the spirits after a long, dismal winter.
Primula denticulata These primula denticulata and wallflower were grown from seed and are doing well. All the plants shown here have been used in displays for 2 years in succession, moving between planter & plot according to the season
bright begonias en masse
one of ten barrier baskets on railings at the at old library
hardening off petunias - these are almost ready to be planted in their summer positions
Candy striped tulips strut their stuff in the octagon planters at the Northern Entrance to Inverkeithing. The bulbs were kindly donated by Dobbies.
A tutti-frutti mix of plants and colours with a spiky cordyline at the back.
leucanthemum, lobelia & bidens
wild flower mix, Chapel Place - sown by school children
self seeded poppies & marigolds at the plot
Golden trumpets at the entrance to Inverkeithing - a welcome show after a dreary winter. These bulbs will continue to flower every spring for mkany years to come; they were planted deeply to allow for summer planting on top.
The planter outside the Post Office features a wonderful display of petunias, which tumble down in bright pops of colour.
bee on galliardia
campanula,coreopsis, leucanthemum, lysimachia in sponsored planter, Chapel Place
polyanthus in primary colours looked stunning in the High Street planters
There's no accounting for weather, but these tough little flowers survived to make a bright show despite the late snowfall.
Some local businesses have sponsored basket trees. This bright and colourful example is at the Northern Entrance to Inverkeithing.