Visiting the garden

Hand in Hand

Guttersnipe and Mudlark went to see what was going on in the garden…

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Snack

…drat! The deer have been snacking on the anemone flowers – but they missed a few of them!

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snouts!

A forest of Lily-of-the-Valley snouts is appearing….

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baby flowers

…and some of them already have flower buds!

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mess

The bluebell fronds are looking messy these days…

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braiding

…so Guttersnipe and Mudlark braided them up…

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Scilla

…and they found a Scilla flower under the heap of bluebell leaves!

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Maple

This is their favourite vantage point – the garden always looks great from up in the Coral Bark maple tree!!

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4 thoughts on “Visiting the garden

    • Thanks! The Maple Tree was in a big pot – I think it will be much happier in the ground! We were thrilled to see the little anemone flowers trying to bloom again after being rudely chomped by the deer.

  1. What a lovely jaunt those two little charmers took us on today! I enjoyed every moment and every snout and bud that they came across. Thank you dear little ladies!

    • We are happy you came along into our front garden – the snouts and buds are quite exciting, especially to the little ladies! We are really excited at the thought of a raft of lilies of the valley!

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