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Crab Apple Blossom

Crab Apple Blossom

Our cows have returned and the Crab Apple is in flower. A chill wind has sneaked in – it was so warm over the weekend that someone left the Fire Doors open and it took advantage – so there is still no sign of the May Blossom in the hedges. I therefore caution against casting your cloutes just yet – but you could certainly loosen a few buttons.
Daffodil flowers are few and far between – forlorn little patches of fast-fading green stalks are all we have to show for this year’s marvellous display. The Blackthorn flowers have turned a pale ecru, they, too, will soon lose interest and wander off. The considerable promise the Bluebells showed earlier has been slow to materialise – if they don’t hurry up, they may miss out.
The Hedge Garlic is into its stride and the Dandelion’s plan to conquer the universe is already showing positive results. Pale blue mists of Forget-me-not are dappling the shade and the Rose Baywillow Herb has begun its rapid reach for the sky.
Dr Edward Bach felt that, in their positive state, Crab Apple people connected to the emotional states around them – with so much happening in the natural world it’s difficult not to be aware of the buzz.

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  1. 2018-05-12 at 10:50

    There was something poetic in your writing this week. I loved this “he Dandelion’s plan to conquer the universe is already showing positive results.” I’m often worried that the garden will overtake us…it comes up in a lot of my short stories! The dandelions definitely have a plan–and my children are their conspirators.

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    • 2018-05-12 at 18:07

      Children and dandelions are definitely co-conspirators – the dandelions understand this very well!

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