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77sunset wrote: Good morning everyone. A mild but cold day yesterday .The sun is up and shining here this morning. The wind is cold though.
I will attempt to cut my couple of grass clumps back today. I should be able to manage it one handed .
I like these grasses with their feathery heads but they do need a haircut each year.
I have my first snowdrop out along with a lone daffodil. Lots more buds though.
The jonquils are as bright as ever.
Helli Al, you will see more of our Anthony once his beautiful liliums start to flower. They are wonderful .
Karen, glad you managed to score a piece of Hummingbird cake. I knew you would smell it .
Colleen , nice to see you are able to get around a bit easier now.
Sue, have you any lavender growing down there ?
It would do nicely around your pool.
I mean the smaller ones not the rampant large ones.
Teresa, have you put everything back how you like it in the house now ?
How is little Miss Mischief behaving ?
No need to ask if Copper is because we know he is a gentleman..
Hello Moon, are you feeling the heat there still >
I could try and send some cold but I think you will get enough when your winter arrives.
Charleen, I found another lovely brown egg this morning. Abigail will get an extra lot of crumbs now.
Pat Charley & the furry ones for me.
I am off to have another cuppa then go see what is going on around the garden.
I love seeing the bulbs open one by one.
I notice my spider lily has died by the look it though.
I dont seem to be able to grow them here. I may try one in a pot one day , but they do get rather large for pots.
Oh well, plenty more bulbs that will grow here anyway.