A cold morning here, but we have been for a short walk around the town which was very pleasant.
The garden seems to be holding its breath, about to burst forth, at least I hope it is.
Anyway, here is my Six-on-Saturday for this week.
The clumps of pale yellow daffodils among the lavender plants are beginning to flower now. The Potentilla at the front of the picture is showing plenty of new growth.
I planted 7 tulip bulbs in this pot. I can count at least 13 now. I don’t know whether there will be 13 flowers, but it’s looking promising.
I will be shredding this afternoon. Plenty of raspberry canes, rudbeckia and penstemons.
The lichen on this berberis is increasing but I don’t think it has affected the amount of leaves yet. Quite a pretty colour combination.
The miniature Kiwi fruit tree has plenty of healthy looking buds. I do hope it produces some fruit this year. I had about half a dozen a couple of years ago. They were delicious but that has been it for about 5 years.
I have commented that the pulmonaria suddenly shows its flowers…..well, here are the first.
My excursion to B&Q resulted in this purchase. Does anyone else get excited about bags of multi purpose compost? 😀🤸♀️🎉
There we are, another week nearer to “normal” we hope.
Have a good weekend in the garden. 👩🌾🎋