Sunday, February 10, 2019

10/02/2019 Spring must be in the air but I am sure it will not last...

Maximum temperature today 12C, minimum 5C.  2mm rain measured this morning;  rain on and off today not measured as yet.  32km/h North-westerly winds with gusts up to 78 km/h. 
  
A walk around the garden.
Snowdrop.

Bergenia Cordifolia.

Cotoneaster.

Crocus...

As above.

Holly.

Choisya ternata.

Viburnum in bud.

Winter broccoli from the garden.

Something I rarely see... sunrise.



I have updated my bird blog HERE.


22 comments:

  1. Snowdrops and crocuses (croci?) already! How spoiled you are. They are still buried beneath a ton of snow here and it will be another month before they start to poke up through the ground.

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    1. Our snowdrops seem to be late this year, they were out in the UK before we left at the end of January!! Also another blogger further North than us in France has been going on about his crocuses for weeks. Both have only just appeared in our garden. Take care Diane

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  2. Thank you for taking us a walk around your garden and sharing these lovely sights. Have a great week Diane :)

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    1. I was astonished how many little flowers there are out. Thanks hope all is well, Diane

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  3. All your plants and berries are so pretty. When I look out the window I see snow.

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    1. I must say I am happy that we are not seeing snow! Take care Diane.

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  4. I am envious of your beautiful February garden, Diane.

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    1. Thanks |Marie, lots to do to it when a bit warmer though. Happy day Diane

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  5. I see rarely a sunrise too, Diane. Oh, I love your broccoli!!!!!!!!!! And the flowers photos are amazing! Many many kisses, my friend.

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    1. First time we have had home grown 🥦 broccoli. Hope all is well Diane

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  6. Love your lovely flowers blooming around you. Hope Spring will come soon for you. Have a wonderful new week!

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    1. I suspect winter has not left us yet 😒 Hope your week is also a good one. Diane

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  7. You make me so glad. How nice!

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    1. I was pleased to see there is some colour in the garden. Hope you and the family are well. Diane

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  8. Gorgeous colour appearing in the garden, spring is on the way Diane. Such a beautiful time of the day 🌷🌸

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    1. The sooner it arrives the happier I will be 🌞 Hope all is well on your side of the world. Diane

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  9. You are surrounded by so much beauty, Diane. We have very little blooming here so far. In fact, the camellia and azalea's have only started to bloom which they normally do in December! Crazy weather around these parts. :)

    Hope you are having a blessed day!

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    1. Strange we only have camelia and azalea in tight bud!!! The weather is certainly changing. Keep well Diane

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  10. All pretty flowers, and I can't wait for spring! We have a lot of snow on the ground and more on the way tonight. This post sure brightens up the day! Thanks, Diane!

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    1. I agree Pam, spring cannot arrive soon enough but I am sure we will have more cold weather yet. Glad to have brightened your day. Diane

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  11. temperature quite nice..
    aww...awesome flowers.
    have a great day

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  12. Beautiful....although I am not a fan of the heat of summer I am ready for some blooming to take place. Issue~ living at moms, her not being big on flowerbeds, I will miss my gardens. I will go over and tend to them but so not the same as sitting on the deck looking out at them. Wow, life can change so fast.

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