Tuesday, 15 September 2009


Up until recently the weather has been like this.
Lots of fogs this past winter, not so many frosts.

And even though this morning is a little chilly (actually maybe that's just this room) the days have been lovely and sunny. Not so good for crops, but lovely for us. All the spring flowers are making an appearance. Our 'lawn' (hahaha) is dotted with grape hyacinths (aptly named don't you think?)
and these hyacinths have popped up near the front door. They never fail to remind me of Garn, who was such an avid gardener and lover of flowers. Our apricot and plum trees are covered in blossoms and the wisteria is budding. It reminds me that yet again I have run out of time to prune them.

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