SPRING PICTURES


HERE ARE SOME SPRING PICTURES FROM MY GARDEN.

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FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER I HAVE A ROSEMARY BUSH IN BLOOM

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MY AMELANCHIER IN FULL BLOOM, THE BUZZING OF THE BEE’S IS AWESOME

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HEDGE LAUREL IN FULL BLOOM

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SKIMMIA WHITE KEW

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THE BEE’S ARE IN LOVE WITH IT. THIS BUSH HAS BUDS FROM EARLY AUTUMN TILL SPRING WHEN IT FINALLY FLOWERS

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THE SAME SKIMMIA WITH BUDS

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ONE OF THE EARLY DWARF RHODODENDRONS, IT IS ABOUT 20 YEARS OLD NOW AND IT PERFORMS YEAR AFTER YEAR AFTER YEAR

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CALTHA PALUSTRIS (MARSH MARIGOLD) GROWS IN THE MARSH PART OF OUR POND, THE YELLOW OF THE FLOWERS IS SO BRIGHT YOU NEED SUNGLASSES TO LOOK AT IT !

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WHITE FLOWERING PIERIS

There are more blooms in my garden at the moment but I’ll show them next time. Everything is growing┬á so fast, especially the weeds, so there is a lot of work to do in the garden at the moment, I don’t know where to start as all jobs are urgent ! That’s cos of the beautiful weather we have had and still have. It is such a joy to be able to eat on the terrace again with view on the garden, the warmth of the sun, the bee’s buzzing….

Guess what I am going to do today !?

I hope you’ll all have a great Sunday ! Enjoy your garden !

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11 responses to “SPRING PICTURES

  1. Your amelanchier is wonderful. I planted some this year, imagining that I would be lucky if they grew as large as I wanted them to. Yours is so encouraging! (Mine are still in bud, leaves only just unfurling). ‘Kew White’ looks interesting – I only know Skimmia ‘Kew Green’, so must search yours out. Thanks for the pics

    • That amelanchier we have is about 30 years old, at first is was just a tiny bush with a few twigs, my 2 sons played a lot of football and the tiny bush got hurt and lost several twigs each Summer but it grew fast and then faster and we had to cut it into shape so that now it is a tree that gives us shade in Summer and the birds just love the ripe berries, the bee’s love the blossom and I, I love this tree ! It will be big before you know it !

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