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Spring Has Arrived In Kerlan

Everywhere you look in our established garden there are cultivated daffodils popping up and they are a lovely sight.
But what gives me even greater pleasure are all these lovely wild flowers growing all around our new garden, the garden is completely wild with Celandine, Daffodils and Primroses growing in profusion all around the place, especially in the hedgerows and hidden places.
The wild Daffodils are only about 8 inches tall.
It won’t be long before the bluebells arrive, I love it. 🙂

Wild PrimrosesCelandine and Daffodils In The DellIn The HedgerowAren't They Pretty?

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March 15, 2009 - Posted by | Garden

2 Comments »

  1. There’s a well known rule about a new garden that you are seeing for the first time. Don’t touch a thing for twelve months so that you see everything that might be there. You are certainly seeing some treasures.

    Comment by ricoletabc | March 15, 2009 | Reply

  2. that lovely, grandad gives a good idea. There are bluebells out here already. I have seen a tree in blossom yesterday. This is something that I miss in Bahrain.

    Comment by Claire | March 19, 2009 | Reply


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