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Spring

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Quince flowering in early April with last year's fruit still clinging. Magnolia just coming into bloom. Around it are evergreen Box, Holly and Yew, whilst just behind it a Silver Birch waits for warmer weather. Early April: Forsythia and Flowering Currant are blooming. In the foreground Mock Orange is still leafless. A Forsythia bush in its full glory. One of the wonders of spring, frogspawn is often found near the margins of shallow lakes and ponds. This lot was in a marshy area of Morden Hall Park in South London.
Mike Freedman
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Hazel catkins are amongst the first heralds of spring. This photo was taken in late January with spring just a hope away. From beneath the leaf litter of fallen oak leaves shoots of ground elder push through... .. and not far away so do shoots of arum lily (Lords and Ladies). Later in the year it will have poisonous red berries.    
Mike Freedman    
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