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Springing Along


Things are springing along on our gardens, we have even had a welcome sprinkle of rain recently. Spring is behaving in its normal fickle way - warm and wonderful one day and cold the next.

At Kandos some of the fruit trees are blossoming, freesias are starting to flower, as are sweet peas, poppies and other spring bulbs.  The roses are also shooting out leaves.

In the mountains the daffodils are nearing their end, camellias are still powering along, the maple leaves are unfurling, the crab apple trees are building up their buds and the cherry blossom is still a little while away.


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  1. lucky your seasons come slowly. we go from winter to summer too quickly.

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    1. The cost of a lovely spring is the winter that precedes it. I am just getting impatient for winter to fully disappear but it never does until well into October.

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    1. The tree is pretty, looking at the photo again I am not so sure of the background!

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  3. I am glad I can have spring through your blog (whilst here... ).

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    1. I have a lot going one so won't be going overboard with "spring" this year.

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  4. Sounds like spring is bursting out profusely Joan Elizabeth, it always fascinates me that despite the weather those spring blooms will always flower, even if for just a short time 🌼🌸🌺🌷🌹

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    1. That is true of this type of tree but I am no sure about our native garden. I will check when I am next out there.

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  5. Lovely to see. Very little evidence here. Dreadful westerlies, dust storms and bushfires.

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    1. I hope you are getting a little bit of the rain that is about at the moment to damp things down.

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  6. Sounds beautiful -- all sorts of new life.

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