Posts Tagged "gorse"

Thu, 20 March 2014 some lights lengthen, as some go dark

It’s the equinox, traditionally the day when Spring really kicks off (although some parts of the world are still iced under). Today we’ve had a proper Spring mixed bag – a tantrum of angry hailstones tossed about on moody winds, followed by sunshiny winsomeness.
The gorse is in full bloom now and its coconutty fragrance is [...]

Tue, 19 February 2013 winter’s grip lessens

It’s been a long, dark, winter, so the last couple of sunny days have been uplifting. It’s amazing how quickly the land responds when it gets a blast of sunshine.
Suddenly dandelions are prowling among the grasses, and the gorse bushes in the woods have burst into glorious flower.

I love the gorse flowers’ coconut scent, [...]

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