Spring in the garden

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The camelias always give good value and a change from the bulbs.
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    Waiting for the sun
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    To burst into flower. A sunnier side of the shrub.

    Season of back-aches as we are out of gardening practice!
     
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    Oh come on...these are blooming already???? We are sooooo behind in terms of spring flowers. Raining here right now, so hopefully "April showers will bring May flowers". (I can't believe it's April already).

    Love that first shot.... beautiful colour and detail.
     
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    Antarctican... I'm with you... we just had our first bunch of crocuses spring up this past week... all of these beautiful flower shots make me ACHE for spring!
     
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    I ache from Spring! The poor old body is coming to terms with grass scarifying and cutting, digging and weeding flower beds as they kept growing right through one of the mildest winters ever and battling with the cultivator. Even a visit to my daughter (grandson photo opportunity the only reason I visit according to her) she asked if i could bring the cultivator!
     

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