Monday, 17 January 2022

Garden in January

 

Bit of a rush to find what to post today so went to the garden for inspiration

On the patio a rambling rose still had leaves growing on it

A magnolia in a flower bed is budding well

This one will be in flower in another month or so

In another flower bed bulbs can bed seen sticking their tops through the soil

Not far away in the lawn daffodils are showing themselves

One with a flower bud

Lots of flowers seeded and they are growing now

Some of the roses are budding

snowdrops show their presence below the Olive Tree

And in the flower bed beside it a clump of snowdrops show that they will be flowering very soon.

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17 comments:

  1. I worry that some of the plants might be lost if we have some frosty mornings.

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    1. That could be the case, it is not something I have ruled out

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  2. I like it when the bulbs make their way through the soil, meaning Spring is on it's way.

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    1. It's good to see the bulbs like Daffodils and snowdrops popping up

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  3. I love seeing your garden there. Not much happening here except for kale growing in the veggie beds. Soon there will be flowers.

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  4. great garden. hopefully no frost bites for those lovely buds.

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  5. It's a good thing you stopped in the garden because there's lots going on there.

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  6. Great to see all the bulbs shooting. I hope that Magnolia doesn't peak too soon.

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    1. It may well have but it always does bloom early

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  7. Isn't it nice to see evidence of new life in the garden?
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2022/01/seen-on-blue-ridge-parkway.html

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  8. Lovely shots. All of ours are buried in snow.

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  9. Nice photos of the emerging shoots.

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  10. Hi Billy,
    Wonderful signs of the upcoming spring! In Finland the ground is still covered with snow.

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