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A Mad Season

ImageImageWith this crazy winter that we are having the plants in my garden don’t seem to know what the season is as I still have Fuchsias, Geraniums and Lobelia flowering these are left over from my summer planting.  


My Snowdrops are just starting to flower along with the hellebores and the wallflowers I planted in October. I have a couple of roses are still flowering even though I had cut them back earlier in the year.


Now my bluebells and daffs seem be racing to see who can flower first. Today, I even found a couple of strawberries.

I hope the weather starts to settle down soon and we have a beautiful summer full of bees and butterflies.

Have a great weekend.




After years of learning as much as I can from books, I’ve finally feel I’ve mastered the skills needed to become a confidence writer. I’ve worked main on building a C.V of published short stories and competition wins to focus on my novels.

2 thoughts on “A Mad Season

  1. If we do get a cold snap then there’ll be further confusion. I agree about having a beautiful summer and seeing lots of bees and butterflies.
    Thanks, and to you too. xx

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