Wednesday, March 22, 2017

22/03/2017 Looking around at what my neighbours have in their gardens!

Maximum temperature 13C, minimum 2C.  44km/h SW wind. 7 mm of rain measured this morning.  Very cold wind!
Daffodil with a fly. The only insect out today I think!

Grape Hyacinth.

Ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea) a pest!

Plum blossom.

Ribes sanguineum glutinosum.  Pink-Flowered Currant.

Lone tulip.

Neighbouring paddock with sheep.

and back in our house is this Kalachoe.

13 comments:

  1. Spring gives you a lot of joy, and flowers in particular contribute to this endeavor. Regards.

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    1. Thanks for your visit Giga much appreciated. I love spring it is so nice to see some colour after a grey drab winter. Have a good day Diane

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  2. Lovely blooms, Diane, and the sheep are beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Linda, yes the sheep are a very welcome sight, thre are a lot around us.:-) Take care Diane

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  3. Great series. Spring is almost here and I can hardly wait.

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    1. It is really quite chilly here at the moment. I can hardly believe we were gardening in temperatures of 20 C a week ago! Cheers Diane

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  4. These are awesome shots of your brilliant spring flowers. Must feel good to have warmer weather.

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    1. It was warmer weather, but we seem to have gone back to winter!! Not quite minus temps yet but very much colder and very wet. Keep well Diane

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  5. The images look spring like - but I can see from the comments that its not the case. Keep warm!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. You are right Stewart the weather has certainly gone backwards towards winter again, cold and wet, not much fun. Cheers Diane

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  6. Hello Diane,
    Beautiful flower pics although it is raining everywhere, here too.
    I hate it and it looks like this instability will stick for days... :(
    Keep well and warm and enjoy the week!

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    1. Hi Noushka, this weather is really getting me down, the garden is saturated and the temperature has just dropped, horrible!! As you say it looks like we have it for a few more days yet!!
      You also keep warm and try to enjoy what is left of the week, hugs Diane

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  7. The grape hyacinth makes for stunning photos! Well done.

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