Wet January Garden

Abigail

Abigail…

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Graziella

…and Graziella…

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Rain

…saw rain outside…

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Winter Garden

…but out they went anyway, to see how the garden was doing in winter!

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Pink

The early pink rhododendron is just starting to bloom!

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ready to burst

The buds are ready to burst!

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Witch Hazel

The Witch Hazel flowers are beginning to crinkle out!

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Tulips?

There might be a little tulip snout or two here…this is about where we planted them. These are planted in the deer-protected part of the garden, so we hope there will be some flowers eventually!

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Friday Bouquet

But meanwhile we got some early tulips from the store – a Friday Bouquet!

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10 thoughts on “Wet January Garden

  1. Beautiful expressions they have on their faces… I could believe they are real… And I loved the last photograph with the chairs… Thank you dear Hitty Lady, Hugs and Love, nia

  2. There is enchantment in your wet January garden. Coming from a different geographical perspective, it is amazing to me how quickly garden life in your area of the world seems to magically wake up after such a brief winter’s nap. Seeing your garden plants (thanks Abigail and Graziella for the jaunt around the garden) keeps the hope of Spring alive in our wintery clime.

  3. We are under a heavy burden of tropical raincloud just now, and your two lovely girls would have been waist deep in the water standing in my back yard. Perhaps a Hitty-sized canoe…?

  4. I hope the rain lets up before causing you too much misery…hope the clucks are up! We don’t have a Hitty canoe, but we do have a dory…they can row around the back yard several times a year!

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