They keep horses on these fields but as far as I know, dandelions have been connected to stringhalt in Australia? Uh, no, the plant that is toxic for horses is a different species Hypochaeris radicata also known as “false dandelion”which the flower depicted above is not.
Yes. I “jumped” over the fence and checked 😉
Spring seems to come, finally. Still a bit stuttering, though, average temperatures go up and down 10 degrees every two days.
On of the common situations in which a heart attack is not unexpected is while plowing snow. Now that I have survived that, ploughing might get me a second change.
At least I got the nearly thigh-high lawn mowed by now, the dead reed around the pond is mostly cut off, the rhododendrons got a handful of quite expensive compound fertiliser each, and this and that and those, too, but a lot is left to-do, still; the garden-year just started.
If you have a different opinion about the identification of this flower: don’t be shy and tell me.
[Update] Sorry, completely wrong plant (okay, not completely wrong: still subfamily Scilloideae) but also a neophyte.
Squeezing itself through a lot of concrete.