A Pretend Spring Cottage Garden.

I love forget me nots.

Now that the garden is well into the first stage of Spring prettiness, I am here to unashamedly post shed loads of photographs just because I want to. I also thought I’d post these sunny pictures today because outside it is cold, wet and grotty. What a flippin’ miserable day. Most of the pictures have been taken in the last two weeks but some with the cat were before that.

bottom of the garden.

In that nesting box, we’ve spotted a pair of coal tits flitting in and out. We watched them a few days ago collecting tufts of garden string to line their nest with.

Twatting about with pictures in the garden.

There’s no particular order. I did think about planning them out in a nice sequence but I was getting confused.

weeds and pots

Springing up.

Spring is here in my cottage garden!

spring garden flowers

some sort of cherry

sitting on the fence

Scary Marceline

Freaky pussy.

Forget me nots with the promise of Roxanne

kerria japonica

Marcy sitting in the grass

muscari in the afternoon sun

muscari in the shade

The muscari finally decided to come out to play.

peonie

The peonie has chosen not to take part in any games just yet.

Sat on the fence again

Delphinium is waking up

Burgeoning clematis Montana

Clematis is not quite ready.

Bumble bee and forget me nots

This picture is a missed opportunity. Must fit some more camera learning in. Mind you, that bee was gone just as quickly as it arrived.

blurry spring pics

Bluebells in the garden

a different view of the garden

I’ve also got my veg beds that need sorting. We planted some peas a couple of weeks ago and they’re coming up now. But there’s not much else going on there.

Honestly, I’ve been planning on a lovely garden post for ages and now that I’ve decided to do it, I can’t think of much to say! Probs for the best. Better get back to something more crafty.

I link up here:

www.mrscraftyb.co.uk

 

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13 thoughts on “A Pretend Spring Cottage Garden.

  1. Angela M (@daisyangel1) says:

    Thank you for letting me peep into your garden, so nice to see the plants coming to life and enjoying the sunshine. I love how the Forget-Me-Nots have crept into the gravel.
    Thank you for joining in with #MakingHome this week.

    Angela – Garden Tea Cakes and Me

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