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Helleborus

Perennials

Helleborus

It started with a couple of normal Helleborus Niger when they became easy to get hold of as a flower for Christmas. Pretty quickly the desire for all the oriental ones came and since then I have added more and more new ones every spring. I actually think I can’t…

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May

May

May is usually a divided month, even though ‘May’ as a whole has a magical shimmer over it that is longed for in the darkness of winter, like a desperate parched person in the desert looking for water. In April the first careful steps are taken towards spring, with emphasis…

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April, Pots

To bloom up

In April when it is still mostly brown in the garden, I want nothing more than to help it ’bloom’ during the wait for the green clhorophyl fullness to take over. The splashes of colour that I am ’blooming’ with is firstly frost resistant christmas roses, bulbs and pansies. They…

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Bouqets & Decorations

Signs of spring on a tray

Gathering signs of spring. Some from the flower beds and some from newly acquired Christmas roses.   All the small things get seen. The last of the snow has just melted away and the soil is diggable. It is mostly brown and still dry. Long grass from last year is swaying…

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