Today we had our first snow of this Winter so everything is covered in a pretty white layer and my garden looks a lot better now than before the snow came.
SKIMMIA JAPONICA KEW GREEN, IN BUD SINCE LAST AUTUMN
SMALL LEAFED IVY
SPINELESS HOLLY J.C.VAN TOL (ilex aquifolium j.c.van tol)
EVEN MY DOORMAT LOOKS PRETTY NOW
There is not much going on in my garden at the moment alas.
I hope you are all happy and well.
It’s a lovely sunny and warm day and of course I took some pictures for you to see.
THE BUD OF A CLEMATIS, I DON’T KNOW WHICH ONE BUT IT WILL BE DARK BLUE WITH YELLOW STAMENS
CLEMATIS ETOILE VIOLETTE, A VERY EASY AND LONG FLOWERING CLEMATIS OF THE VITICELLA FAMILY
HONEYSUCKLE, CLEMATIS AND A SMALL LEAF IVY ARE CLIMBING TOGETHER ON THE GARAGE WALL
THE FIGS ARE DOING GREAT
I LOVE THE BACKSIDE OF A FIG LEAF
A WOOD PIDGEON MADE HER NEST IN MY CLIMBING GUIRLANDE D’AMOUR ROSE
SEDUM ACRE IN A POT
AND LOADS OF BERRIES ON A SPINELESS HOLLY (ilex aquifolium J.C.Van Tol), THE BIRDS WILL LOVE THEM WHEN THEY ARE RIPE