Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Spring in the garden at last

The path to the garden

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strewn with a confetti of almond blossoms from our neighbour’s tree.

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Anemones de Caen
DSC02381 Aubretia, daffodils and grape hyacinths
DSC02384 bees on the apricot blossom DSC02380 and a lizard in the sun.

5 comments:

Stefaneener said...

The lizard is key, I think. Plants can be fooled. Reptiles, not so much.

sleepyduck said...

Looks wonderful - especially the lizard :-)

Jan said...

Those anemones are beautiful, it's so lovely finding signs of spring.

Jane/MulchMaid said...

I always love the spring confetti of fruit tree petals. It looks a lot like that around here, but most of the trees are ornamental, so we won't see much fruit later.
The lizard is lovely. I have a real soft spot for those South-of-France creatures!

HappyMouffetard said...

The anemone is such a beautiful olour. And how wonderful to have lizards in the garden. Thanks for sharing.