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Here is the first view for this year, from our lounge, of the front gravel garden:
Whilst we have had some lovely sunny days, they have been accompanied by a brisk slightly chilly wind.
In the back, I am pleased to say, most fruit trees have blossom out (plums), or bunches waiting to emerge. This includes our, heavily trained, Bramley apple which I have been pruning (correctly now) for two years to get it to flower - it appears to have loads of blossom buds.
Have a lovely weekend everyone!
That's a pretty view!ReplyDelete
Seems we all have garden invaders.
Here henbit is a pain, I can not out wit it, or overcome it.
I have been trying to revive an old blighted apple tree, no luck yet on that.
I will probably just take it out, but I honestly hate losing trees.
They are such a blessing.
I'd like to get in a couple of peach trees.
And the birds won out on the blue berry bushes.
Mockingbirds can be a menace here.
All our soft fruit is in a fruit cage otherwise we wouldn't get any!Delete
Even the weeds sound pretty!ReplyDelete
Herb Robert is the problem here, also pretty.......pretty annoying!
I made the mistake of bringing arum maculatum into the back garden, a right royal nuisance.Delete