Our garden is looking lovely. Daffodils, hyacinths (old house plants) , the snowdrops are just going over and tulips showing through. The bird song is lovely, they are obviously trying to entice a partner. Very soon we will have fluffy chicks shouting for food.
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Post by Lancashire Lass on Mar 21, 2020 22:13:30 GMT
It sounds wonderful Trisha. Did you plant all the bulbs yourself or were they there when you moved in? We have bluebells in our garden which year and year are more dominant than daffs and tulips. I think it’s a great time for me to start digging them out.
Forsythia is looking pretty in our hedge, daffodils around the pond, our Robin has found a girlfriend and she is busy nest building, our geese are laying eggs again and six lambs are skipping around the fields, glorious day today
Ahhh, this is so nice to read It's lucky it's spring as we can still be safe in our own gardens. I cut the grass yesterday, even that made everything look better. I've ordered a mask so I can go to the local park and feed the squirrels when it arrives. Got lots of colour in the garden all of a sudden.
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