50 Shades of Spring

Spring has sprung in my rural country garden.

Bee-visited blossums.
Bee-visited blossums.
Sunny daffodil.
Sunny daffodil.
Vibrant camellias.
Vibrant camellias.
Pink lavender.
Pink lavender.
Spring time visitor - an echidna.
Spring time visitor - an echidna.

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Comments: 4
  • #1

    Jenny (Sunday, 25 August 2013 22:01)

    You lucky duck, getting an echidna to come to your garden. Love all the flowers, must look and smell beautiful.

  • #2

    Alissa (Sunday, 25 August 2013 22:26)

    Hi Jenny, garden does smell lovely - the top picture is of the almond tree and it's perfume smells divine. The poor echnida curled itself into this ball after it realised as well as ants my garden also has 2 dogs!! I tied them up and thankfully the little fellow was able to amble away.

  • #3

    Jennie Jones (Monday, 26 August 2013 01:47)

    I'll take the daffodils and the camellias please. Send through a dozen of each any time Alissa! (Lucky duck all right.)

  • #4

    Alissa (Monday, 26 August 2013 04:21)

    Lol Jennie I wish Perth was closer because I would!!


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