Wednesday, February 26

Beginnings


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  1. Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful.

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  2. Lovely. We wait for weeks and weeks for something to show up and then everything comes in a rush.

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    1. This part of the garden is planned to put on a show now, L. Once the magnolia leafs up it shades this area.

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  3. So lovely. I can't find here. Beautiful

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    1. You have your tropical beauty, Endah

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  4. Beautiful. I can feel March just around the corner.

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    1. Thank you Jo, it's a lovely view from a couple of our house windows. We can enjoy the outside from the warmth of inside.

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    1. Nature gets it right doesn't it, Jessica?

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  7. Fabulous. You've got so much early spring colour.

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    1. This area will fade when the magnolia comes into leaf, Jo so we make the most of a spring display.

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    1. Thanks Jayne, I bet your woodland area is coming into its own now.

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  9. Oh yes - spring, bring it on.

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    1. It's knocking on the door, Elaine.

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  10. Beautiful Sue! All the best late winter flowers are there!

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    1. I hope the hellebores sticj around a while, Jill. No doubt the snowdrops will fade quickly.

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  11. Gorgeous...is that on your allotment, or have you found a secret garden. Spring is beginning to burst through....bring it on.xxx

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    1. It's our garden rather than the allotment, Snowbird.

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  12. I look forward to the day when those little Hellebores I bought last Autumn are as good as yours!

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    1. They will Mark - we also have babies growing that have self seeded. If you view the larger photos you may be able to spot some.

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  13. Isn't it nice to see the garden starting to grow again!!

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  14. Beautiful Sue. Enjoy your spring. Here we will have to wait for a while yet.

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    1. We have snow predicted for the UK Alain - we are hoping it doesn't find us.

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  15. So beautiful! Spring has arrived for you. For now I will live vicariously through your photos.

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    1. It's a case if whether it lasts, Rachel

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  16. Nice to see so much colour returning. It snowed in Weston-S-Mare yesterday but 12 degrees C here and plenty of blossoming plants too.

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