Friday, March 20, 2009

Later in the garden spring was errupting.

I thought I'd got rid of you lot!

Lots of wild flowers.

One of my four camellias
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14 comments:

Crabtree said...

Close to you the flowers no longer are so beautiful.

john.g. said...

Your flowers are weeks ahead of mine!

PI said...

Crabtree: what a sweetie you are:)

John'g: it's the south west what does it:)

Dorothy said...

What a lovely site..I have 6 grandchildren and five great grandchildren and do the same..making the best of what's left after battling cancer twice since 2005. Lovely blog you have.

Dorothy from grammology
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Eryl Shields said...

Would I be able to grow camellias up here, they're so gorgeous?

PI said...

Eryl: that''s rather like when I phoned my husband - miles away - to ask him what exposure I should use on the camera. I don't know enough about your climate but the best thing to do is ask if anyone in the area grows them and if you do plant them, they don't like the morning sun, in fact mine are in an almost totally shaded border.

PI said...

Dorothy: thanks for your visit and I hope your battles are over. I tried twice to leave a comment on your blog but failed. Sorry about that.

Nea said...

You have a beautiful garden. I love the snow, but seeing these pictures makes me long for summer and England. Strawberry saw them too and had the same reaction. "When are we going to England again?"

PI said...

Nea; I think the spring is probably the best time here. Shall you be over i;n the summer?

Nea said...

We hope to be over in the summer. School finishes here at the beginning of June, so we'll try and get over then.

colleen said...

The pink really wakes me up!

PI said...

Colleen: hope that's good:)

Nil Zed said...

I have those little blue ones. are they not good? why'd you get rid of them? should I get rid of mine?

I like them. but I'm new to the UK so if this is something invasive & bad, I'll pull 'em up. sadly.

PI said...

Nil Zed: they are grape hyacinths and they are fine in small doses but are invasive. I'm hanging on to some especially in the wild parts - but after blooming you are left with the grassy foliage.