Amazing what can happen in a garden with some warmth and sunshine. Amazing, too, that they are calling for possible snow here on Saturday and again on Monday. Would be a new record for late snowfall. Erratic weather everywhere. But I have faith your garden (at least) will be just fine by June.
We are ruled by the weather! I hope your snow soon vanishes (we still have fresh snow on the tops around)
It’s all one big miracle, isn’t it?
It is Penny!
My weigela had all its early leaves frozen off but I can see renewed growth. The only consolation is that everyone's gardens will be at the same stage by June and it doesn't take much warmth and sun to pull things out of the ground. Was it last year that all the tulips were over before the tulip festival even opened near us? Impossible to time, even for the big show gardens.
No wonder our weather is our favourite topic of conversation!
Very hard to believe! Lucillie’s comment made me laugh! Let us hope your garden will be flourishing by june, Freda, and a joy to all who visit there..:-)
It will certainly be keeping me busy Julia.
Isn't it amazing that nature will provide all that from 'nothing' in just a few weeks? And I feel sure it will... And if not, then people can come and admire your paintings instead!
Faith in Nature is also the name of some eco-friendly products I like to use. Brilliant name isn't it because we must have faith in nature.
Our garden both in Scotland and Yorkshire is awash with the wet weather. It all looks a bit muddy and bleak - nothing much growing which is strange and I have lost quite a few plants with the cold spell.
I am sure it will all recover in time for your open garden a few days sunshine and you will see a big difference.
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