The weather last week inspired further developments in the garden. It's now bursting with blooms from the bulbs we planted. I took some photos of the same ones depicted in my previous post in full flower as well as some of the other activity in our garden. The frogs, after their shameless mating display, have completely filled our pond with spawn.
Narcissi & Tulipa
Puschkinia, fully open
Shameless frog spawning
Telstar "helping" with the weeding
Sputnik wondering why that bee didn't want to play
I'm hoping that once the bulbs have a couple of years to multiply, these beds will look amazing.
Yes, the shot of the bloke covers most of the garden except the veggie patch (which is just a big heap of dirt at the moment) and the compost bins.
There are bulbs coming up everywhere, but they're not all ones that we planted. The chaps who owned our house previously seem to have scattered them haphazardly. Every time we dig a new bed, we seem to find more!