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Tuesday, 20 March 2012


Frosty nights, but definitive signs of SPRING in the garden.












11 comments:

  1. Helleborus,definitly my favories!
    Spring has come far in your garden.Lovely!
    Hugs Gudrun

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  2. Beautiful flowers; spring is much further than here...

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  3. Love your collection of Helleborus. You have a beautiful garden Radka

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  4. thanks for sharing your garden... i love this time of year xx

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  5. Wonderful garden, Radka!
    Nice of you to show all these photos!

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  6. It's always such a pleasure seeing your wonderful plants Radka, thanks for always sharing such gorgeous photographs.

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  7. Yes Autumn is definitely in the air down under, the Autumn equinoctial winds were out displaying themselves and the temperature is very slowly dropping . Hellebore's are one of my favorites, I am about cutting the sunburnt leaves off as they die down , so it was so nice to see yours in all their glory.

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  8. I can see the spring arriving by your pretty garden photos Radka.
    You always have lovely garden photos Most enjoyable.

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  9. I love your Spring flower pictures! Isn't Spring a wonderful season?! My hellebores have had frost damages but luckily some of them start to flower nevertheless.

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  10. Dear Radka
    your garden is full of all the plants I love and look forward to every Spring.
    They are worth the long wait and anticipation!!
    enjoy your Lenten Roses flowering in the right time - on our side of the world they flwer in September (not during Lent)!!!!
    xox
    Shane

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  11. What beautiful flowers - I missed this post. It is really lovely to see the spring blooms.

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