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A week or so ago I mentioned the primrose that seeded in some wooden steps I use to access a steep bank, it has only what has collected in the gap in the steps to keep it going,add to that it is a pleasing flower what more could i wish for.


And as a bonus just below the step we have another seedling worthy of its place


In the same area white violets increase each year


Around another corner the yellow Anemone Rananculoides from Japan thrives with our native nemerosa


Again nature has taken a hand and produced a double I can only think crossing with Anemone Nemerosa Fora Plena although this year they are yet to open


Last of all my treasure

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The dog is the best picture to me having just lost my own; treasure him and love him lots cos he won't be here forever xx

11 Apr, 2010

 

Sorry bjs got a bit sentemental there

11 Apr, 2010

 

It's amazing how the primrose can thrive where they are. I like the white violets although until recently I assumed violets were violet. My mother is going to give me some from under a shrub in her garden. I had never noticed them before. The last treasure is the best of all.......... :o)

11 Apr, 2010

bjs
Bjs
 

Its alright Great I understand, jamie is only four so hope i have him for a while yet ,

11 Apr, 2010

 

Lovely flowers...and Jamie as a bonus! My Anemone ranunculoides aren't yet in flower, but they should be soon.

11 Apr, 2010

 

Isn`t this one of the ways that gardens give such pleasure when little gems like this pop up where they please.

11 Apr, 2010

 

The surprise ones are often amongst the favourites.yours are very healthy looking. Jamie looks a happy little fellow.......

11 Apr, 2010

 

It's nice when plants like these seed thamselves about. I like to see them coming up through cracks and steps

12 Apr, 2010

 

Another good blog, with lovely pictures too.
Jamie looks so sweet there, Brian :-))

12 Apr, 2010

 

Nature is so generous - aren't we lucky? Hello, Jamie. :-)))

12 Apr, 2010

bjs
Bjs
 

yes we are wagger pity not everyone thinks the same way

12 Apr, 2010

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