Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Garden Centre Mosaic


Hello

Thanks for popping in.

Some readers are still grappling with snowy weather, so with this in mind, here's a colourful flowery mosaic to cheer you up.  Our local garden centre has plenty of shrubs to tempt us all. In fact I was quite surprised at just how much there was, full of colour and ready to be planted in our gardens.


A feast for the eyes!


A feast for the plants!


Joining in with Riitta at Floral Passions.


Cheerio

17 comments:

  1. So pretty - thank you for the comfort! The snow is melting in my eyes, but no blooms yet! Have a great day.

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    1. That sounds encouraging! Enjoy your Wednesday.

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    2. So glad you linked at Floral Bliss! Every floral joy nowadays is welcome!

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  2. Definitely a feast for the eyes, such gorgeous flowers and you've made a beautiful mosaic :D)

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    1. Thanks Sue, glad you enjoyed it. 😊

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  3. Lovely! I did enjoy seeing all the pretty colours in your mosaic. So cheering on this grey and miserable day:)

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    1. Oh that's good, we all need a bit of colour to keep us going. 😊

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  4. Garden centres are wonderful places on grey cheerless days. It's a bit like that today after all our lovely sunshine recently. B x

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    1. It's also great that there's a nice cafΓ© there too with wonderful fresh croissants! x

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  5. We are all itching to get out in the dirt and do some planting,we are getting lots of rain here in Missouri the last week so it will be awhile before I can plant anything

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    1. It's a bit frustrating when you're raring to go, hopefully it won't be long though.

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  6. We're just home from a trip and I can't wait to get out in the garden, it will be 87ΒΊ here today.

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    1. That sounds a bit hot! Hope you had a great trip. 😊

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  7. I popped into a garden centre yesterday and it was full to bursting with colour, not being a flower grower I was very surprised at how much is out.

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    1. I suppose it's all been brought on in greenhouses or poly tunnels. Great to see all the colour though.

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  8. So many pretty blooms - it would be difficult to walk away empty handed! We have broken all records for rainfall here, so not much planting going on, but just give me a dry day and I will be out there! x K

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    1. It has been an odd year with all the rain and snow around the world. It's been a bit windy here but is definitely getting warmer.x

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