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You can visit our Chionodoxa luciliae page or browse the pictures using the next and previous links. If you've been inspired take a look at the Chionodoxa seeds in our garden centre.

Side border filling up nicely.


Side border filling up nicely. (Chionodoxa luciliae (Glory of the snow))

I love this bit of the garden now, but only a month ago it was quite bare and boring.



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Attractive area :o)

2 Apr, 2011

 

Thanks Tt it is nice to see the soil being covered by emerging plants isn't it.

2 Apr, 2011

 

It is a lovely looking spot! Such pretty plantings.

2 Apr, 2011

 

I added this to Rockery Ideas...
lovely large rocks ! :o)

2 Apr, 2011

 

I love the stones Homebird - and rest of it - stones are superb :):)

2 Apr, 2011

 

Thanks guys........some of the stones took a bit of lifting but they won't be moving again in a hurry. I reckon we must have dug up or shifted enough stone to build another house in the time we have been here....lol

2 Apr, 2011

 

haha :):):)

2 Apr, 2011

 

Very Nice.

3 Oct, 2013



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