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Wordless Wednesday: Enjoying the Spring Sunshine

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In a Vase on Monday: Springtime Swingtime

It didn’t take long to gather material for today’s vase but resisting additional blooms was tough – bluebells in particular had been on the mental list but were rejected to enable the vase to keep a pastel focus. Once picked, … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Not So Green As Cabbage Looking

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Wordless Wednesday: One by One

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Swell a Progress, Start a Scene or Two

The longer, warmer days have accelerated the progress of plants in the garden, as well as my own. I am gobsmacked by the rapid germination of seeds in the greenhouse, most of the survivors quickly gaining their first true leaves and … Continue reading

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Rescue Remedy

Three plants (Primula denticulata) for £3.00 – buy them, go back the next day and buy six more. Simple! All are good sized plants, a little clump in themselves, and although some of the drumsticks are over or broken there are … Continue reading

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Garden Bloggers’ Blooms Day: Gently Does It

The soft and gentle colours Of February peep Through fresh leaves And shoots. Virginal snowdrops Flaunt their innocence, Secure in numbers And drifting wantonly. Meek and freckled hellebores Shyly avoid eye contact, Demure in their damask gowns, Gaining confidence As … Continue reading

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