Erythronium ‘Pagoda’


This morning, as I staggered along the footpath that runs steeply down one side of Max’s garden, I noticed that the Erythronium ‘Pagoda’ had come into flower.  This glorious sight heralded a big fat face-aching grin which didn’t leave my fizog for rest of the day.  I love spring.  Especially when the sun shines brightly all day long.  Today I am counting my blessings, I am a very lucky lass.

18 thoughts on “Erythronium ‘Pagoda’

    1. The little manual (smaller than a postcard) that came with my camera only has 14 pages in English and 5 of those are “declarations of conformity” with another 5 telling me how to attach the lens cap and insert the battery and memory card. The most informative bit was a link from which do download the full manual. That’s nearly 400 A4 pages, all in English. I need a dictionary to understand it. I mean, why call “photos” “still recordings”?

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  1. Thine Erythronium is not seeking WAR (what is it good for) or adulation, perhaps a peaceful
    moment of propagation, spontaneously, at the moment, bright moment, deep in times past, peacefully unnoticed.
    Thank You


    1. Yes! I was going to say that time needed to slow down too and then I started thinking about it and wondered if we could cope with this excitement for too long. Us weirdy horties anyway. The Others might get a bit miffed waiting. OK, let’s give it a go, who do we need to contact? 🙂

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