There have been…

too many damp, dull days lately so a sunny day on Tuesday was most welcome.  There had been a hard frost overnight although it was rather soggy underfoot so all I did was have a look round.

These two-tone teasels looked good, and I was pleased that the crocuses have started to appear.

Over on a neighbour’s plot I was surprised to see this rhubarb stem and leaf.

 

On my walk to and from the plot I pass Miss Froggy, who always makes me smile.

Have a good weekend!

 

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20 Responses to There have been…

  1. Linda Penney says:

    Lovely update date Mike thank you for sharing

  2. Jade says:

    Nice picture of the teasels – such beautiful and interesting plants they are!
    Ha ha, it’s not surprising that Miss Froggy makes you smile! I smiled too at the look of her! Such beautiful, cool and funny looking frog. How creative!
    Thanks and same to you!

  3. Mark Willis says:

    My rhubarb has started sprouting too. It will get a shock if we have super-cold weather in early Spring like we did this year!

  4. Liz says:

    Hard to believe that rhubarb is sprouting already.
    Wasn’t Velcro developed from someone’s observation of teasels?
    Love Miss Froggy!

  5. Jo says:

    That frog has put a smile on my face too, how creative. Crocuses sprouting already? I shall have to have a look around my garden and see what I can see.

  6. menhir1 says:

    🙂 Great use of tyres. What are Miss Froggy’s legs and feet cut out from?
    Your teasel heads are rather splendid.
    Crocuses already!

    xxx

  7. Chloris says:

    No plotting today, it’s never stopped raining.

  8. Crocuses already! Spring can’t be far behind! Xx

  9. Miss Froggy, made me smile too 🙂
    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan

  10. snowbird says:

    The garden seems to think it’s spring here too, bulbs are coming up far too early here. Love the two-tone teasel and that frog!xxx

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