6 March 2014

Spring growth {HDYGG}

Following on from the veggie plot preparation last week I turned my attentions to the top end of the garden with its mass collection of pots - some in a better state than others.

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Spring garden // 76sunflowers

I got up close to the pots on the patio.
I love how the rain water has collected in the tulips.
I've decided that this year I'd like to get involved more. Maybe sow a few seeds, plant the potatoes, grow some sunflowers. I think I should seeing as I put in the hard graft last week with the digging.
There won't be any more gnomes appearing that's for sure.

Head on over for some more garden delights with Annie...

Mammasaurus and How Does Your Garden Grow?
 
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22 comments

  1. Becky Goddard-Hill6 March 2014 at 06:52

    Your gnome looks shifty and those pots look promising!

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  2. Jocelyn (@ReadingRes)6 March 2014 at 07:47

    So many shoots coming through now - looking forward to seeing plenty of flowers :)

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  3. Hellies Corner6 March 2014 at 09:06

    Lots of new growth, exciting.... brilliant gnome :-)

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  4. Helen Sims The good life mum6 March 2014 at 09:15

    love the shoots they make me feel happy especailly as i just saw that big yellow blob in the sky

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  5. Sarah MumofThree World6 March 2014 at 09:17

    So lovely to see the growth. I think one gnome is probably plenty! ;)

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  6. I quite like the gnome, but just the one! I really enjoy container gardening and have loads of pots-mostly because our soil is so heavy and clay based I can control the soil environment more with pots. I've grown my first daffodils in pits this year too.

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  7. I like the collection of pots and isn't it lovely to finally see some spring growth! x

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  8. Love that gnome! #HDYGG

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  9. i love your collection of pots. and it looks so sunny and green!!

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  10. I love seeing the signs of Spring, that gorgeous fresh greeness! I am waiting to see what comes up in our little garden as it is our first Spring here. Herbs to plant in pots are my first priority and getting used to a smaller garden then trying to make the most of it is next! x

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  11. Nell@PigeonPairandMe6 March 2014 at 20:16

    There's something great about a big collection of pots - so much growing potential! Mind you, I did find a rotten egg buried in one of ours, when I was digging up soil for planting....

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  12. Happy Homebird6 March 2014 at 20:34

    What a wonderful tulip display you will have soon - one of my favourite flowers.

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  13. Wow, what lovely photos! Visiting for the first time from #hdygg. Will come back again!

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  14. Rosie @Eco-Gites of Lenault7 March 2014 at 09:22

    I love your terracotta pots - I am down to my last few so I think I will have to visit a few Boot Fairs this year in an attempt to replenish stocks.

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  15. AnnieMammasaurus9 March 2014 at 17:22

    Love terracotta pots - they even look good empty!. Love how the water has pooled in the tulips - like little cups of fairy wine *tries hard not to sound bonkers*
    It's been a lovely Sunday for weather -have you been out enjoying your garden?
    Apologies for the delay in commenting, I got back today from Africa and have been looking forward to reading through these posts all the way home! As always - thanks for joining in :)

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  16. Cups of fairy wine is not at all bonkers! Went a bit further afield today in the sunshine then mum in law did some gardening :) Result!

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  17. Jenny Soppet-Smith9 March 2014 at 20:37

    Love the terracotta pots too - and tulips are going to look fantastic in a few weeks

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  18. RollercoasterMum10 March 2014 at 00:39

    Most of your pots look a good deal better than mine - and you actually have stuff growing in them - mine mostly seem to have weeds!

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