Garden Views-012-December 2011

 
 

Much of December 2011 was gloomy, grey and wet... 13/12/11

 
 

....but it meant that it stayed mild for much of the month, and there was still much stem and foliage interest....even if tweaked a bit 16/12/11

 
 

One of the last shots of the hares before relocating.... in a snowstorm with roses....in December!! 13/12/11

 

Snow or hail often highlights garden hard landscaping features - in this case the cobbles outside our front door 18/12/11

 
 

Work completed on the copse agarics, after a nice dry spell 2/12/11

 
 

Low morning sun produces an interesting image of the front of our longhouse 12/12/11

 

Lots of early flowering in this very mild end to the year. Daphne bholua Jacqueline Postill 27/12/11

 

First snowdrops, G.Mrs Macnamara on 27/12/11

 

First Crocus sieberii flower 30/12/11

 
 

And first Hamamelis 'Vesna' flower 27/12/11

 
 

But still Alstroemeria flowers in December ? 30/12/11

 
 

And White Honesty ?? 30/12/11. A very strange end and beginning to a gardening year

 

Our mossy copse at the turn of the year 30/12/11 Cyclamen coum providing relief from the greens and browns of the vista

 
 

Time to put the kettle on for a well earned c.o.t. 31/12/11. Happy New Year.

 
Our garden at Gelli opens by appointment for charity most of the year for the N.G.S.
Please see our website for contact details www.thegardenimpressionists.co.uk
 

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