Tag Archives: Chaenomeles

Hellebores and other early birds.

The little woodland strip at the back of the house is beginning to look really pretty with all the early flowers starting to open.

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Braving the Rain in May.

Having almost non stop rain for a month, with a gale or two thrown in, the flowers are still managing to put on a colourful display. The garden is absolutely sodden so there isn’t much that can be done at … Continue reading

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And the garden wore white for Easter.

In January and February all the shady areas of the garden were white with snowdrops, then came the yellow daffodils of March, now in April it  changes again as Mother Nature washes everywhere white once more with later narcissus and … Continue reading

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Spring Flowers March In.

Spring has certainly arrived in March, the flowers are coming thick and fast with new ones opening up everyday. Wave after wave of new ones are making the little woodland so pretty at the moment, definitely my favourite part of … Continue reading

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January, Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.

One New Year’s decision was to take part in GBBD for the first time. This time last year it wouldn’t have been possible because everywhere was under a foot of snow, this year it is a very different story, with … Continue reading

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November round up.

Apologies to anyone who wasn’t able to leave a comment on my last post, somehow the “gremlins” had got in and were preventing anyone from leaving a comment. I have had a word with the “gremlin” and hopefully this will … Continue reading

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