Thursday, March 27, 2008

flowers!

pots on the doorsteps, always a nice welcome home.
primula 'marie crouse'
primula 'pettycoats'
and an unusual frilly, pale daffodill. its come up in the border and I don't think there's very many of them, my favourite ones are an apricot colour but think they come up quite late.

11 comments:

wildside said...

:-) Very cheery thing to see first thing this AM (besides the shock of snow!).

Flowers now -- and a promise of more to come!

Lowa said...

WOW!

Spring is not here yet. It looked like it and now suddenly it is colder now than it was all winter:( But no snow for some reason.

I can't wait to put pretty flowers by my step:)

BTW I got SUCH a kick out of your reaction to my hair post:) LOL

theysaywordscanbleed said...

aww, im so jealous with all your gorgeous flowers!

Arlene,
Bainbridge Island florist

grannyfiddler said...

soul food.... it's snowing here, and -12C. that does it! i'm getting out a heat mat and planting a flat of something on the windowsill this weekend!

Andrea's Garden said...

how pretty! There isn't all that much blooming here. I love your primula. Greetings from Germany, Andrea

clairesgarden said...

Wildside, hope your snow event is over soon, roll on spring please!!
Lowa, some of the doorstep flowers were stored in a cold frame so they're maybe out a bit sooner than they might have been. your hair is too fab!!
Arlene, sorry, wish I could share! photos is all I can offer.
Grannyfiddler, oohh chilly... herbs always like a windowsill.
Andrea, thankyou, you probably have more snow there than here.

Gary said...

Very beautiful Claire...

Katarina i Kullavik said...

Lovely, lovely spring flowers... the primulas are adorable! /Katarina

peppylady said...

I just love your primulas.

clairesgarden said...

Gary, its a good sight at the end of a long day!
Katarina, spring flowers lift the spirits after a long winter.
Dora, they're cheery little plants, hardy too!

Kerri said...

A very welcome sight, Claire. You have some lovely primulas.
Do you have any trouble with mice eating your tulip bulbs in the cold frame? We're going to try that next year. Ours were in the garage and the mice had a banquet. Luckily, they don't like hyacinths.