I was squatting to take another photo of a cream clump and look!!! ;D (put better shot on the Bee thread )
Blimey Tig it must have a micro climate in your garden poor little bee it will get it its wotsits froze off. This sun must have woke them up. I hope it goes back into hideing if the weather turns. Amazing shot.
I love the big Dutch Crocus with baby Daffs Tig, the big ones tend to disappeared in my garden for some reason though, strange the little early ones do fine. Here's whats happening with my Spring stuff today.
Think it's time I cut that Penstamon back, at the very front you can just see the Allium coming through.
I like these little pale yellow ones, not bad from the pound shop.
Your daffs are way ahead of mine Jilly - I reckon another week for them to get to that stage! I have some of the small narcissus close to flowering, but all the tall ones are less than four inches out of the ground yet! Can't wait to see everyones pretties
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My Mum has got some in an old sink LG & they flower most years. I think from what I've read is that a bit like some Tulips, after flowering the bulbs tend to divide themselves then the next year you get more little ones that are too small to flower & then they bulk up again. If that makes sense i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd161/GWDAdmin1/Smilies/Default/undecided.gif I did take some pics of Mum's garden today but the batteries on the camera need recharging so I can't get them loaded up until tommorow.
What lovely photos everyone My crocuses have practically finished now but I have some spring offerings on my garden thread ( had missed this thread ) I was shocked by what Carol said about iris ret. as I have bought some this year for my new beds - still
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