Wednesday, 19 February 2020

A Garden Mosaic

Hello

Thanks for popping in.

A quick dash into the garden to survey the estate in between rain showers, produced enough photos for a mosaic.


Tulips are opening already!  These were kindly sent to me last year by Jo, Through the Keyhole, they have turned out to be a great variety.

We've only a couple of primroses at the moment but hopefully numbers will build during the season.

I planted some blue hyacinths, tete-a-tete daffodils and crocuses in the Autumn and am pleased to see them flowering, although the crocuses are a particularly small variety when I really needed jumbo-sized.

Not all our daffodils are blurry, you'll be pleased to know!


This friendly cat lives next door.  Sadly, it has turned into a hunter and sits hopefully under our bird table, luckily the birds are wary and keep a beady eye open.  The cat's owner has had to stop feeding the birds, one of her greatest pleasures, as numerous small animals have been deposited in her kitchen.

Cheerio

11 comments:

  1. It's lovely to see everything waking up again in the garden, and I'm pleased that the tulips I sent are doing their thing again. We have quite a few cats in the neighbourhood, they're such pests with the birds but they're only doing what comes natural to them.

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    1. My neighbour is so apologetic but there's nothing she can do about her cat, it's just their way. Thanks for the tulips it's lovely that they come out so early.

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  2. A lovely selection of plants in you garden. A pretty mosaic of the flowers. I shall have to go and look to see what's going on in our garden. I'm waiting for the daffodil buds to open.


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    1. We certainly don't have to worry about watering the garden at the moment do we!

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  3. A lovely mosaic of your spring flowers. There are small buds now on the daffodils in the garden, hopefully they will open soon. Beautiful hunter in your garden, I'm glad the birds are wary:)

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    1. Once we get past all the rain, it's going to be wonderful. 😊

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  4. That is a lovely garden mosaic :)

    All the best Jan

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  5. Your garden is coming into life beautifully, so many pretty blooms.

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  6. Oh no and such a gorgeous looking cat, mind you good job the little birds are onto this! Lovely to see the tulips out and Spring on its way. Stay dry!
    Wren x

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