Sunday, March 18, 2007



Primroses and violets were the traditional gift, along with a simnel cake, from girls in "service" who were allowed home to visit their mother's on the fourth Sunday in Lent -- known as Mothering Sunday; the day in the UK that we still celebrate as Mother's Day.
These primroses are flowering now in my garden and I'm posting them here with my love.

Have a lovely day!



Carol M said...

The flowers are beautiful! I can't wait to start working in my garden!

Happy Mother's Day!

Mona said...

Hi Liz,
Lovely flowers.. they're great to brighten the day.

KimW said...

Happy Mother's Day, Liz!

Liz Fielding said...

Thanks, everyone. At the moment the poor primroses are being pounded by sleety snow, but they'll come up smiling. They always do!

Unknown said...


I didnt know that it was Mother's Day at UK... but Happy Belated Mother's Day!

And hope your primroses beat the snow soon...(spring is almost here).

ChristyJan said...

The primroses are beautiful.
And, I'm sorry to hear about the sleety snow ~ I went away for the weekend and we had temperatures in the high 80's. It was heavenly.

principessa said...

Enjoy! Flowers are beautiful. Hope Spring has arrived for good.