How does your Garden Grow?

How does your Garden Grow - Yellow Daffodils suggys.co.ukLeanne

Yay today is the 1st day of Spring! Finally, I feel like we have been stuck in the horrible wet, cold and basically rubbish winter for what feels like FOREVER. Im glad to see the back of it!

The last few days the weather has been slightly okish, so I’ve been out there titivating and pruning in between building the conservatory and I cant believe there is actually some life out there!

How does your Garden Grow - Green Foliage suggys.co.ukLeanne

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How does your Garden Grow - Daffodils suggys.co.ukLeanne

So ive got some Gorgeous Yellow Daffodils that I never knew existed but aren’t there beautiful! and I found some pretty dead Twig things, that I have absolutely no idea what they use to be? Ideas on a postcard please haha.

Ive also got some Ivy which is just starting out, im not a great fan of this stuff, when it grows MY GOD it grows and in a blink of an eye its EVERYWHERE!…

There is my lovely bush which has remained the same throughout the year, I have absolutely no idea what its called but its just 100% green leaves with white edges.

23 thoughts on “How does your Garden Grow?

  1. Love All Blogs / Mammasaurus

    So great to have spring finally here and all the buds and blooms that comes with it! Thank you for joining in and sharing x

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  2. The Reading Residence

    Gorgeous daffodils! I’ve a lot of ivy pruning on my to-do list soon, as it does get everywhere!

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    1. Leanne

      Thank you… Ivy looks lovely but its a right pain in the “you know what!”… It grows like a wild fire lol. 🙂 x

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  3. Amanda Masters

    I detest ivy, the neighbours have some and grows in to our shed, sun room and through a wall, gah! Lovely daffodils, so very Spring

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  4. Sylvia

    In New Zealand Autumn has started but we still have some high temperatures,winter soon!We were in my home town New castle on tyne this time last year and loved every minute of our time in England.

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  5. Honey

    I know what you mean about the ivy! I hate ivy a LOT! We have tons of it in our garden and it has taken forever to get rid of it. Beautiful daffodils. x

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  6. Boo Roo and Tigger Too

    It’s lovely to see a mixture of both plants in bloom and those that need a little TLC #HDYGG

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  7. PODcast (@The_Doves)

    It’s so lovely to find signs of life in the garden isn’t it. I just love seeing the daffs too, always so bright and cheery. Lovely post 🙂

    Sorry I’m late commenting!

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  8. Mammasaurus

    Ah nothing screams SPRING! more than daffodils! such a fab time of the year – thank you for sharing and joining in xx

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