Sunday, March 4, 2012

Signs of Spring












roseand echinacea2012



echinacea, I don’t tidy until spring so the birds and I can enjoy them all winter:) These are of course not this year echinacea but last years, but I thought they looked cool with snow on them


Julie Child’s rose, which contrary to what others have said, is a strong licorice scented rose in my gardens:)

Big hugs to all who visit Comfrey Cottages xx


Hanneke said...

I've been out in the garden this morning looking for nettles. Nothing yet ;-(.
Want to make a soup and tea and....
Your foto's made me realize that I'm a very impatient woman ;-).
Lucky your bees are doing well!!!
love, Hanneke

Comfrey Cottages said...

These nettles are still very tiny and not enough to have soup or tea yet either, Hanneke :( Our winter has been highly, highly unusual... much gentler than usual, much warmer. I can be a bit impatient also;D
I was so happy the bees survived!
Love to you Hanneke

Jo-Ann said...

Its lovely to see signs of Spring in another part of the world. I am glad to see your honeysuckle as I couldn't believe it when I saw it here - just learning. I will go out this weekend and take lots of photos of Spinging at Springfield to share with you. Jox

Rita M said...

Beautiful pics from signs of Spring. I love the dried Echinacea :)

Found an interesting link for you Leslie.

Comfrey Cottages said...

Oh that is an awesome link, Rita! thank you for sharing it!! big hugs!! xoxoxoox

Rowan said...

You're seeing the same signs of Spring as I am - without the snow in my case though - thank goodness!

Comfrey Cottages said...

We just had that late day snow, and in two days, it was gone! We have hardly had any snow this year! Crazy!!