The other morning was one of those lovely clean and clear mornings as the sun rose through the early morning mist. I put breakfast on hold and did my garden wander with camera in hand. I thought some of my readers might like to share…
|Chives sunbathing under honeysuckle & ivy
|Hamamelis jelena glorious flowers|
|Saffron crocus amongst the flowers|
|Elephant’s Ears survived the snow & frost|
|Olive modelled by the wind in front of beech|
|Snowdrops through acer little lamps|
|Our oak nursery – when big enough they go to the fields|
|Broad Bean ‘The Sutton’ November sowings now outside|
|September planted Garlic going well|
|Cavalo Nero going strong and some spring green to eat|
|Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli ‘Rudolph’ Star perfomer|
At last I hope we’re coming out of the winter’s clutches. It was much harder here than we’ve seen for the last 13 years.
Spring brings new hope for the year ahead. I’ll post more soon about detailed garden plans and events.