A heart-shaped iceplant

It’s been  dry, sunny and reasonably warm this week so I’ve been plotting every morning.  I planted the onion Sturon sets on Monday, and  I’ll be starting to plant the potatoes tomorrow.

Looking round this morning I  realized that I have a heart-shaped iceplant.

 

The last of the daffodils, the white Thalia, are now flowering as seen here alongside the yellow Sweetness.  The rhubarb is growing well but it’ll be a while before I can pick any.

I’ve dug up the clump of crocosmia as there is couch grass growing through it. Once I’ve sorted it all out I’ll be replanting some.

Take care, and have a good weekend!

 

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...allotmenteer, armchair gardener, blogger and sofa flying book buff.
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20 Responses to A heart-shaped iceplant

  1. Jo says:

    It’s been perfect plotting weather this week, long may it continue.

  2. Liz says:

    Sunshine here too, so enjoy the promise of spring and better times ahead.

  3. Andrea Randall says:

    Delightful heart shaped ice plant and delightful weather for working on plots and gardens.
    I’d like to say long may it last, but it isn’t!

  4. Doris Potter says:

    I love the heart-shaped iceplant! 🙂

  5. Daisy Debs says:

    I love your heart shaped ice plant ….I think it is a sign for you from above 🙂

  6. Aah, that ice plant! Enjoy that lovely sunshine!

  7. menhir1 says:

    We had to temporarily re-site some plants, one was full of couch grass and another was going in the same direction. It’s a pain. It takes time to remove it. Your ice plant seems to be sending you a message Mr F. xxx

  8. The weather has been so good this past week, let’s hope it continues a little longer.
    I do like the heart shaped ice plant 🙂

    All the best Jan

  9. snowbird says:

    Lovely seeing your daffodils, I love Thalia, she’s growing here too. Couch grass sure is a pain!xxx

  10. Jade says:

    Happy for you for all that you’ve managed to do at your plot! And happy to see that lovely ice plant and those flowering daffodils!

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