March 28th – Also early this year along with most other stuff are the pieris flowers and bright read leaf tips.
This gorgeous ornamental shrub – sometimes called fetterbush – is grown a lot in gardens and in beds on industrial estates and parks for no other reason than well, it’s stunning.
This example was spotted in an otherwise anonymous scrub beside the cycleway near the Euston Way pub in Telford.
This is pretty much a fortnight earlier than it was last year, when I spotted the same shrub in Wednesbury.
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