This week has been quite a contrast in weather first thing in the morning.
We have had hard frosts, fog and rain. However this has been followed by lovely sunshine which has certainly made a lot of the flowers come out.
This is how our garden has grown this week...
Hubby built a cold frame last year and when I looked in this week I noticed that the strawberry plants are already starting to flower.
At the end of last week we noticed these pretty little purple flowers starting to grow. After the rain and afternoon sunshine they have now opened up. We just do not know what they are!
The cold mornings have meant that we have had sad daffodils, however they have soon picked up once the sun has started to shine.
We now have a lovely little picket fence behind the dividing beds that separate the "family/twins" area from the "play" area. We decided to separate the areas so that Joseph is able to play with his football without worrying about plants or the twins.
We have noticed this week that some of the seeds in the greenhouse are now starting to grow. The first ones that are coming are cabbage.
The cold mornings have left a lot of dew on the garden first thing in the morning. When you look closer at plants in the morning you see the beauty of nature that is often missed.
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