Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Today's Garden

Hellebores insist on lowering their heads in submission
                                           A new rose jumping the gun
                                           Cyclamen
                                            Teensy weensy daffodils
                                              An early camellia
                                              Primroses galore but their lovely colour fades in photo
Croccii
                                           Dark shiny leaves - tiny whiteish blossom.  Anyone remember the name?
I apologise for the quality of the photos- just trying to keep my hand in.

17 comments:

Exile on Pain Street said...

I'm happy to see that you got the whole photo-thing sorted out.

Pat said...

Exile: I wouldn't go quite so far.

Granny Annie said...

Look at you go girl! You have really got this thing down now. Love to see the flowers.

John Greenwood said...

Is that last one a Viburnum?

Pat said...

Granny Annie : Sam was much better at clicking and dragging and finding the caption drop down.

John: that sounds right.

angryparsnip said...

You know how much I love seeing any part of your garden.

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

Parsnip: you're such a comfort:)

maurcheen said...

Lovely, spring at last. All we need now is a bit of Sammy Sunshine and my big bro might return. :)

Xxx

Pat said...

Maurcheen: I know he's not a fair weather friend:) He is missed.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

You are doing FANTASTICALLY Pat....If you run into any trouble---Let me know. I should say,I know nothing about "Captioning" but I'm pretty good with the pictures and the writing combo....!
I ALWAYS love seeing your Garden, my dear....it lifts my Spirits!! Do you think ALL that rain you had helped to bring on all these wonderful flowers? LOVE that Rose!!!

Pat said...

Naomi: thank you for your kind words. I think the plants are totally confused with all the deluges and throughout we have had mild temperatures. One's winter underwear has become a bit superfluous but I'm loth to take it off:)

Mike and Ann said...

Hello Pat. Lovely pictures, and they confirm my opinion that gardens your side of the country are about three weeks ahead of ours in the East. Thank you. It's always nice to see signs that spring's on its way. March will be here in a minute.

Mike and Ann said...

P.s. Your grandson looks a tower of strength - and a charmer. They do come in handy - grandchildren.

Pat said...

Mike and Ann: he is a tower of strength and it was a treat to have him to myself without(as one of our ruder relatives used to say) "hangers on."

Pat said...

Mike and Ann: your plants put me to shame.

maurcheen said...

Yes, he has been a friend to me through many storms. :-)

Pat said...

maurcheen; as I'm sure you have been to himself.