Spring Sprung

Spring sprung with much promise this year even needing the odd dab of factor 30 to alleviate the beautiful sunny weather.  The plants flourished and it was a lovely period during which lots could get done and the usual in-out-in-out plant hardening off shuffle was dispensed with.  This past week has been different though.  I suppose I should have anticipated a break in the weather what with it being the Bank Holiday but after 3 days of continuous rain, enough is enough.  Luckily Mother Nature agrees with me and it looks set to improve after this evening.  Feeling grotty and unable to do much physically I have been looking through photo’s and enjoying Spring’s glories.  They will be the last in this garden but that is an adventure to come.  Here are some of the (not too tulipy) highlights from an Essex garden.

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5 Responses

  1. VegVamp says:

    Gorgeous Jenn and a lovely reminder for you. Big changes coming for you, how exciting. :yes: :good:

  2. Lovely colours there, Jenn. Purple is a fave of Sagittarians ;-) here’s to the summer :good:

  3. bizzylizzy says:

    plenty has been going on there jenn rain or not very colourful not to tulipy as you put it but love the tulips , have you seen the ice cream ones :heart: I think that’s what they’re called they’re lovely , bet your mind is in over drive thinking of the new garden :yes:

  4. gertie says:

    What a lovely variety Jenn, and something to remember and build on in your new home :good:
    I hope you feel better this weekend :yes: :rose:

  5. cilla says:

    Lovely photos Jenn……………..did the sun really shine………..I’ve forgotten.! :wacko: Lots for you to look forward to but I guess you are feeling quite negative at the moment (I do when I’m not feeling brill, but then I am a wimp :-( ) Take care Jenny Wren and hope you feel better soon. :rose: :rose: :rose:

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