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Rhubarb Watch!

With the weather being all weird this January, I’ve been out in the garden again, in between showers, to take a few more photos. I had to cut the poor broken Daffodils last week and enjoyed them inside.

The Rhubarb has captured my attention again, quite a lot of progress!

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It seems quite happy after the frost thank goodness.

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The Rosemary has decided to start flowering.

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This Hyacinth is out but stunted.

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A few Cyclamen and this Clematis are looking confident.

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I wonder what February will bring!

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3 comments on “Rhubarb Watch!

  1. tialys
    February 3, 2016

    Your rhubarb looks all coiled and ready to spring! It won’t be long before you’re enjoying rhubarb crumble. Yum!

  2. shetlandhandknitter
    February 3, 2016

    Lovely to see the growth 😊

  3. Debbierose
    February 4, 2016

    I adore rhubarb – the MOTH and I are thinking of a little herb and ??? garden, perhaps rhubarb might be an idea – thanks for sharing

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