I hope you have had a great weekend and a lovely Sunday.
If you've read my previous post - and thank you to all who left such kind comments - you will know that there's not much crafting being done at the moment, but I did spend some time yesterday sorting out my family history scrapbook album. There's so much material - birth, marriage and death certificates, census reports and just a few photographs - that I'm going to have to split it into more than one album before I'm done. It's not at the stage that I can share but I will just as soon as it is.
Instead, as it's been quite a nice day here and I enjoyed a wee stroll round the garden taking some photos, I thought I'd share a few today.
This is the plant box as it is now. As well as the usual pots of bulbs - snowdrops, bluebells, and, of course, daffodils - all gone over now, there are some hellebores, pinks and a variety of herbs. The herbs and pinks are for the little herbary we've designed based on an idea from Geoff Hamilton.
All I have to do is fill the pots with compost and it will be ready.
It's so uplifting to see all the Spring flowers ... here's a few more.
|Crocus - unknown variety|
|Viburnum 'Eve Price'|
|Sarcococca 'Winter Gem'|
Sarcococca is also known as Sweet Box and for good reason. The flowers may be tiny but they certainly pack a perfumed punch.
Hope you all enjoyed these photos as much as I do.
Take care and have a great week.