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Cloncaw's Journal

Cloncaw's Journal

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Can You See What I See?

23 February 2011 14:48:09
Can You See What I See?

Can You See What I See?

Damp and blustery day here and things to do indoors but went out for a walk around even though there was a mizzle falling. Lots of daffodils starting to open along with other spring flowers, took this photo in the NW corner bed and was taken by surprise as to what is about to open. The question is can you see what I see?

By the way there is no prize for the answer in case anyone would be disappointed.


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fran m fran m 23 February 2011 15:03:52

Ahh   :-(

Really Disapointed

Well advanced on any here, well done.


shazzsamsudin shazzsamsudin 23 February 2011 15:34:02

Very pretty!


Noelfitz Noelfitz 23 February 2011 16:22:21

Great photo


Rachel Rachel 23 February 2011 17:25:37

First tulip!!!!


Cloncaw Cloncaw 23 February 2011 17:52:30

I couldn't believe my eyes when I spotted the first tulip think it is Tom Thumb nearly open as I hadn't noticed it yesterday well done Rachel. Sorry Fran about no prize.


Rachel Rachel 23 February 2011 17:54:53

What a little treasure. Way earlier than my early ones!


Jacinta Jacinta 23 February 2011 19:04:41

Wow, some tulip! How can that be almost open already?


sallysarah sallysarah 23 February 2011 19:42:12

Not to be outdone by those gorgeous irises - me thinks!!!!


Myrtle Myrtle 23 February 2011 19:51:46

Welcome back, Spring is getting everyone back to the garden!


LNolan LNolan 23 February 2011 20:07:03

This mild weather is giving all plants a great boost.


Periwinkle Periwinkle 23 February 2011 20:51:13

Cloncaw, lovely surprise! I must check on mine tomorrow as I have some of those little ones!  What an exciting time of year in the garden!


Cloncaw Cloncaw 23 February 2011 23:32:34

Just looked at last March's photos looks like it didn't open until after mid March will look great when the Tete a Tete and tulip open fully also anenome opening beside it.


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