The declaration of flowering(開花宣言) and tsukushi(土筆), and so on.

Sakura
Sakura

   The declaration of flowering(開花宣言). For what? For cherry blossoms in my garden this year he-he. I’ll show you the photo. See the right image, which has only one blossom open. Today was very sunny and it will be sunny tomorrow. So, the peak bloom date is soon.
 
   On another right image you see plants like writing brushes, which are tsukushi(土筆). Tsukushi is one of spring greens and eatable. They say scrambled eggs with tsukushi are good though I don’t like them so much.

Tsukushi
Tsukushi

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   I’ll show you other photos of my garden flowers in the table. No.7 is also eatable and I love the tempura though butterbur sprout on the photo grew too big as a tempura ingredient.

No.1 Mitsumata
No.1 Mitsumata
No.2 Linaria
No.2 Linaria
No.3 Narcissus sp.
No.3 Narcissus sp.
No.4 Lenten rose
No.4 Lenten rose
No.5 Narcissus sp.
No.5 Narcissus sp.
No.6 Hyacinth
No.6 Hyacinth
No.7 butterbur sprout
No.7 butterbur sprout
No.8 Boke
No.8 Boke
No.9 Primrose
No.9 Primrose
No.10 Cyclamen
No.10 Cyclamen
No.11 Double-flowered Peach
No.11 Double-flowered Peach
 

[Add.]-(Mar.22)

No.12 Spring star
No.12 Spring star
No.13 Muscari
No.13 Muscari
No.14 ???
No.14 ???
No.15 Narcissus sp.
No.15 Narcissus sp.
No.16 Double-flowered camellia
No.16 Double-flowered camellia
No.17 Lenten rose
No.17 Lenten rose

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