I was able to have a wee wander round Comely Bank Cemetery first thing this morning.
It's a cemetery that is still in regular use for burials, so is kept very neat and tidy. There are plenty of trees though and a wildflower patch
The Lime (Linden) trees in the cemetery are still just in bloom
while the Black Poplar is busily shedding white fluff everywhere
This white fluff is made up of the female catkins
The Black Poplar has lovely leaves
though many of the leaves on this tree seem to be infected with insects that have made galls and are eating the leaves
for Nature Notes.