When we woke up this morning the garden looked completely white, snow white. We don’t get snow often and usually it doesn’t stay for long as the ground is not froozen. A few hours after I took a few pictures of my garden the snow was gone. But my garden looked very pretty in white.
A snow covered viburnum Bodnantense.
June berry orAmelanchier
Coconut for the birds.
Take care !
ALSO IN BLOOM
This is my dark leafed begonia, ( called Muddy Waters) it is a plant for the livingroom in our climate and it blooms in Winter for several months, the flowers are tiny but very pretty. Look at the flowerbuds, they have dark pink freckles, so cute. The leafs are almost black and have a beautiful shape. It is such an easy plant. In Summer it can stay outside in a shady place.
Greetings to all of you !
AND SO IT BEGINS
Snowdrops are the first to bloom, always, at least in my garden. I had to devide a big clup of snowdrops last year as they were growing too close together so I took a few to plant in a pot to put on my terrace table to get a closer look.
Have a great weekend.
This is called a sand rose, I found this when we were on holiday in Tunisia, you can find them in the desert but they are for sale in many shops, some are cheap but the really special ones can cost you a few hundred dollars. These rocks are made by the weather conditions in the desert, and are made by sand and gypsum, the water in the dessert dries so fast that these stones are created, how cool is that ?!! Although “cool” is not a good word here as the desert is baking hot !
HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND ALL !!!
One of the birdfeeders in my garden, the birds love it.
Speak to your children as if they are the wisest, kindest, most beautiful…
This is spot on !
“It is easier to build strong
children than to repair broken
🧸 Frederick Douglass
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WHEN WE LOOSE SOMEONE WE LOVE,
WE MUST LEARN NOT TO LIVE WITHOUT THEM,
BUT TO LIVE WITH THE LOVE
THEY LEFT BEHIND.
It’s not mine but I like it.
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