At first sight not much seems to be happening in New Lanark Roof Garden this month. Look closer, however, and you will see the first tentative flowers of Spring appearing in spite of the wild and changeable weather. A few snowdrops are quivering under the hornbeam hedging, and some early daffodils have big buds full of the promise of the yellow trumpets to come. The tree heather shrub creates a vigorous splash of green covered in tiny pink bell-like flowers, and there are buds waiting to burst on the Woolly Willow.
Liz – New Lanark Guest Blogger