Friday, 10 April 2015

Spring for a day

I like it when the wildlife starts to co-ordinate with the planting schemes, this jay visiting
the pond matched beautifully.

Some wildlife I'm not so keen on, wood rat taking a shortcut through garden to a bird feeding stand nearby.

Daffodils and grape hyacinths are flowering.

A hand-made Mother's Day gift from my son gets a weather-proof coat of paint.

Planting it with herbs from the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

And since it is finally Spring, hopefully for more than a day, the grass seed is starting to grow.

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