Sunday, November 26, 2006

Is this a record? Primroses in my garden November 26 2006  Posted by Picasa

6 comments:

Polly said...

I don't know if it is a record, but I am a bit further north than you and I still have Primroses, Penstemons and fuschias in full flower.

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Something is definitely up with our weather. The eskimos are having to make up a word for the cottontail rabbit because apparantly the melting ice and warmer temperatures have caused rabbits to move ever Northward to places they've never been seen before.

I'm sorry I missed your anniversary Pat. Happy 27th, you two! And many more. Instow looks lovely what with the poirates in dem dere waters, the colourful tea-shop ladies, and all the literary connections and stuff. After you've been on a trip I read about it and always wind up wanting to go myself one day.

PI said...

Polly: I don't 'still' have primroses. These are next years - early. You are allowed to gasp with amazement!

Sam: I could cope with a warm winter but here you are liable to freeze the next minute - just when you've removed your combs!
Thank you for your wishes and kind words Sam.

Kath said...

They are so fresh and pretty! I don't have much of a green thumb, but I sure wish I did! I'm better with cactus...
:o)

fjl said...

I have a theory that late flowers and birds stay for beautiful people. Have you read Oscar Wilde's the Happy Prince?

PI said...

kath: the beauty of these little darlings - they are wild and come up unbidden when they feel like it.

fjl: that's nice. I'll look it up.