The first signs of Spring bring us hope

Everywhere there are snowdrops – in our garden, in the hedgerows and swathes of them on our neighbours land.

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Last year we dug up lots of snowdrops from a wild area where they were growing in the back, and planted them into the borders, front and back.  Its good to see they have taken and are coming up with the daffodils.

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It’s great to see the Primulas also in flower, and we have the first crocus bulb out in one of the pots by our front door.

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Its welcoming to see the bulbs coming up everywhere, certainly gives us hope that Spring is round the corner and perhaps we will see an end to all this rain and flooding that people have endured.

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Luckily we are OK here as we live on a hill and the water just runs downhill, but so many places have been affected, I feel so sorry for people whose houses have been flooded.

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3 Comments »

  1. Wow! It’s really wonderful to see spring…Here the ground is still frozen solid and temperatures are very low. I’ve never seen it like this before, and I live in a more southern climate. Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos.

  2. Cram, Christine M said

    Hi Kathy

    You are having the trials of winter and we are involved in the trials of summer with watch and act warnings and road closures due to bush fires. I am glad you are ok and pleased to day we are too. Look after each other and belated happy birthday to Neil

    Cheers

    Christine

    Christine Cram

    Seymour College
    Loco St
    PO Box 266
    Seymour 3661

    P: 5771 1300
    F: 5792 4041

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