Saturday, 13 January 2007

NOT SEEN THAT BEFORE...in January

After seeing Lottie's brilliant "Photo A Day" yesterday of a rarely seen sight and having myself previously posted a photo of something I'd never seen before in our garden; I decided to do a "not seen that before" posting of any other plants that were behaving uncharacteristically (wow a 20 letter word!).



Two different Osteospernums in flower






Sedum and Rosemary in flower










Veronica and Oxalis in flower








Feverfew and Candytuft in flower









Bedding Begonia still alive and in flower







Ending with something I did expect to see; Hellebore in flower.

3 comments:

Women on the Verge said...

It has been a strange "winter-that wasn't". Normally, where I live we'd be slogging through a couple of feet of snow (60 to 90 centimeters as a mininmum by now) and have blisteringly cold days. This year, I'm working in my garden in a t-shirt in January. My honeysuckle looks ready to bloom, my daisies have are shooting up, and my magnolia looks ready to burst into bloom. Strange days indeed!

gledwood said...

I can vouch I saw a bumblebee buzzing outside our local florist's a week ago...

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