Sunday 6 April 2014

Round and Round the Garden

Mr GBT is a mighty fine fellow and he spent a fair amount of time weeding our tiny little patch yesterday [I was ironing so no guilty conscience about not joining him]. He also took the opportunity to get a few snaps whilst the weather was dry.

Forget-me-not- the original clump came from a fellow freecycler but they've happily self seeded and made themselves at home.

Snake's Head Fritillary with its superb checkerboard pattern.

Snowflakes from my parents' garden.

And last but not least wild violets growing in a patch in the border where countless other plants I've tried have neither survived nor thrived. Mother Nature really does know best!


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