I rarely seem to remember these days to take a photo of what’s going on in our garden, plus I don’t like risking getting the phone or camera grotty when I’ve got dirty hands from planting or similar! Having said that I am going to try and remedy that in the coming weeks as the garden comes alive with spring growth. It’s part of my new found determination to take time to stop and smell the roses…

Here’s just a few snaps:

Loving the delphiniums - the colour has to be seen to be believed!

Loving the delphiniums – the colour has to be seen to be believed!

The beans and peas are starting to grow as the weather warms. My pink thornless rose bushes line the veggie patch walkway - and make me smile as they are a memorial and reminder of a dear friend. The birds are enjoying looking for waorm so I've had to come up with a few creative protection ides as some of the younger seedlings get established.

The beans and peas are starting to grow as the weather warms. Soon the kids will have plenty to graze on as they go food scavenging – including lots of berries and fruits. My pink thornless rose bushes line the veggie patch walkway – and make me smile as they are a memorial and reminder of a dear friend. The birds are enjoying looking for worms so I’ve had to come up with a few creative protection ideas as some of the younger seedlings get established.

This Clematis is about 20 cm wide across the face of it's flower - just stunning!

This Clematis is about 20 cm wide across the face of it’s flower – just stunning!

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