Monthly Archives: March 2011

A Host of Yellow and White

Narcissus started flowering a month ago and it was as if someone had picked up yellow pigment on a brush and washed it over half the garden. Where we used to have white everywhere from the snowdrops, it is now … Continue reading

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And still they come.

Wave after wave of beautiful flowers in such a mixture of colours, it seems a never ending rainbow is marching across the garden

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Memories of a robin.

It has slowly dawned on us during February and March, that “our” robin is no longer with us.

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What’s new this week.

Lots more buds have now opened to join in the frenzy of flowers telling us that spring has definitely arrived. Walking round the garden, there is always something new to see each day.

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Major cut backs.

No, I’m not talking about the world financial situation, nor am I talking about reducing the number of plants that I buy. I’m talking about pruning the roses and the clematis and cutting back the coloured stems which have been … Continue reading

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