Good bye, January!

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January is a notoriously miserable month, and this one has been a prizewinner. Rain, mud, biting winds and general gloom as far as the eye can see. But if you look a bit closer, there’s plenty to fee good about. Buds are swelling ready to burst into flower or leaf, and snowdrops are up with daffodils not far behind.

Primroses

Primroses are coming out now, and garden birds are starting to establish their territories ready for mating. The days are getting longer….and this is the perfect time to think about your garden.

Thank you flowers

Is your garden becoming more cheerful with bright hyacinths, daffodils, hellebores and snowdrops? If not, make a note on your calendar for this autumn – ‘plant spring bulbs’. And if your whole garden is lacking that certain something – why not contact us for a bit of inspiration? March is only just around the corner….

2 thoughts on “Good bye, January!

  1. I love the photos and what you say. I do find it a bit difficult to negotiate the e mail to get to your site. Why I hear you ask,when the icon tells me to control and click. Well because in order to get to the icon that tells me this I have to reply to your e mail or at least bring up an empty reply, then I see the icon on the original message. Then I have to remember to move my cursor over it (I forget between posts – I am old and my memory fails me). Is there an easier way?

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  2. Hi Margaret,

    Thanks for your comment. The email is an automatically generated one you get when you follow my blog, so I don’t actually have access to it myself, but I will have a look and see if there is a simpler way to leave a comment.

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