At last, some more photos

It’s a question of having the time! I did intend to take pictures on Sunday but other duties (cleaning rat cages, mostly) intruded and before long it was Wednesday. Well, this afternoon I was working at home and at about 3pm, in need of a few minutes not looking at my laptop screen, I went for a little mooch round the garden with camera in hand. So without further ado:

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The tomato plants, in their plant halos. They look very snug.

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This primrose… we moved it into the new bed, and I promised Mum that when it finished flowering I’d split it and give her some. It’s still flowering and seems to have doubled in size.

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The spiraea (moved from the bottom of the garden to the side) coming into flower.

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Dwarf rhododendron looking happy.

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The anemone is flowering. How amazing is this colour?

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And we have blossom on the apple tree!

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Lots of blossom. Seriously, loads. I’m not counting my chickens (or my apples) but it would be nice to get a few this year.

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Meanwhile, at the front… a chirpy little primrose.

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Scabious – this was in a pot until recently.

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The peony starting to do its thing.

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Tulips looking lovely (we have lots of tulips. I don’t remember planting them).

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And one of our new Dicentra – this one is called Valentine.

So despite a couple of sharp frosts the last two mornings, and the odd snow shower, things are doing ok. Though I’l wait a bit longer before getting the cordyline out of the greenhouse or planting out the pelargoniums.

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