Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Outside





I know there have been endless pictures of hellebores posted recently. This one is just glorious. Other things are beginning to stir though. Limey euphorbia and teeny little violets, campanula and my most favourite of favourites- grape hyacinths. The sun is starting to shine and a collared dove has built a nest in the wisteria next door but one.

7 comments:

  1. Yes, yes, it's all kicking off here too! Well, other than hellebores. They hate me because I cannot keep them alive.

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  2. I noticed a violet this morning hiding next to a rock in my front garden. Lovely hellebore, and showing its face too -mine are very sulky.

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  3. I'm with dottycookie, hellebores hate me too. and my grape hyacinths seemed to have died too. oh well. x

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  4. can you remember what variety the hellebore is? It's very pretty. I like endless photos of hellebores. Things are mad here in this part of the Highlands and I now even have tulips flowering - must be because the Black Isle is a peninsula and surrounded by sea. Kx

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  5. My Hellebores died in the winter. I don't mind really as they were those lime green/white ones and they never looked up. I shall get some pretty ones for next year.

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  6. I am green with envy over your gorgeous hellebore, I have a few in my garden but that one is gorgeous!

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  7. Oh I think you've mentioned just about all my favorites! So adore hellebores. K x

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