Signs of Spring 2



Cowslips amongst the Euonymus. These are gradually spreading themselves down the side garden bank towards the Guerilla Garden - just as I'd hoped they'd do.

If you'd like to find out more about the Euonymus, I wrote about it here.

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  1. VP ... I just got the "Swan" bit now .. coffee may be kicking in finally .. too funny !
    I watched Allan Titchmarsh a lot in the past few years and he was a fan of these as well .. they do look pretty ... and better to admire than a SNOW BANK ! haha
    Joy

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  2. VP, now you're really making me jealous. LOL It'll be a while before I'll see cowslips here.

    My first sign of spring is a creek that's flowing -- no ice! Yippee!

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  3. Oh i love and wish for signs of spring.I have a few daffodils that have popped up but still have not opened

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  4. First my dad's lawn is covered in snowdrops, crocus and daffodils, being followed by cowslips. My face is starting to turn a lovely shade of green! x

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  5. Joy - I'm sure Spring will be 'busting' it's way over to you soon!

    YEGTG - sorry, I just can't help it!

    Lilli and Nevada - and very nice those daffodils looked over on your website...

    Louise - You need to go and get some 'thinnings' from your dad, then you won't be so envious!

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