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A lovely Primula sticking its head up. I wanted to tell it that we haven’t had Christmas yet.

Two small Sunflower eyes that have fallen over are looking at a Lupin seedling, which I planted not so long ago.

A Spring Bergenia and an Autumn Hydrangea

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Interesting pics, Janny ...
that's the story of this autumn, isn't it ..
My gardens have spring flowers too !

10 Nov, 2014


I said on a blog only last week that my garden has representation of all the seasons in flower at the moment, it did the same last year, wouldn't it be great if we get another winter as short and mild as the last one was.....

10 Nov, 2014


Janny, Primulas flower in Autumn & Spring. That is why you have a flowering primula.

10 Nov, 2014


daffs showing here have covered them with some compost ,my purple sprouting i think is going to be lost this year its flowering now and should be about march /april /odd year on the the other veg too

10 Nov, 2014


Isn't it strange how spring flowers appear in the autumn ... It's nice to see them
I've never seen a lupin this late ....

but I have a Bergenia in flower too lol
and my bulbs are coming up already ....

10 Nov, 2014


The bergenia looks very lush and healthy though. Lets hope it will flower again at the "proper" time! Some of my early irises are through and some freesia that accidentally got spread with some compost but that's all.

10 Nov, 2014


I find here in Scotland Bergenia is still looking good.

12 Nov, 2014

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