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Level 33: Firestarter
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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

Well that's early @gmarkj 🌷🌷

I am trying planting new bulbs later.🤓🙃



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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

They are normally out around Christmas. Haven't checked the ones in pots out the back...

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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

Yes my daffodils are showing now. Well the shoots are anyway. smiling

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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

My one hasn't popped it's head up yet....maybe it's the atmosphere in Ossy....?

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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

Out looking around garden and they are popping up just the tips of the leaves of my Tete a tete mini daffs and the hyacinths too, well spotted @gmarkj
I wouldn't have expected that.


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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

They are easy to spot as they are just outside our front door!

Should be a lot of them coming up soon as we planted lots of bulbs last year in the front and the back gardens.

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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

I absolutely love it when the little daffodils are up they are so jolly after a dull winter @gmarkj


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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

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I'm moving from the Midlands down to Devon in January so won't be planting anything else in my current garden now.

 

I would highly recommend anyone lookign for a good colourful plant that keeps coming back year after year, to go for an Alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas).  It's a beautiful plant. 

 

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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

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Hi @Marjo 

Well Spring sprung early ~ still February ~ here are some of the tulips that I planted just before Christmas ~ not all up yet ~ some still just coming up in the pots.

 

There are some crocus up and more are coming up in pots from my planting before Christmas ~ 

and those wonderful Tete a Tete mini daffodils (planted years ago)

 

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Re: Spring planting at Christmas

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WTH.. my daffs are about 2 inches tall but none about to flower.