The greenhouse (that gorgeous building in the middle…lol) is still standing. It’s taken more than its fair share of wind n’ rain battering in its short life and continues to provide me with such a thrill every time I open its sliding door.I nipped out quickly to get an undated panoramic view of the Tidy Garden for my ‘end of month’ review.
It doesn’t look like much has changed in the past month from this angle but take a closer look & the garden’s alive!
Looking forward to my Double Ellen collection due to arrive in May.
The house with the port hole doorway (designed to attract tits & sparrows, both of which we have in abundance) was fully furnished with a fresh layer of hay. 2 indecisive blue tits have been round for several viewings & ransacked the joint already. Clearly not impressed with my choice in home interior.
I was going to spend the afternoon pottering in the greenhouse but found Mr Blackbird dead on the pathway by the house. He was in perfect condition. We have had 2 in the garden recently, fighting over their territory and they whip round the garden so fast, I’ve had to duck a few times. I wonder if this poor creature crashed into the conservatory or garage wall. Such a shame.
Gold-laced primula (above), Silver-laced (below)…
The sweet scent of excitement is intoxicating.