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My Spring garden!

Hello, my friends!

Today, I am going to give you my 1st Garden Update of this time of year: My Spring Garden! Now, let’s see what has happened in my city garden!!

The last of my Japanese Pink cherry blossoms!
The last of my Japanese Pink cherry blossoms!
Just so beautiful!
Just so beautiful! 10 out of 11 flowers!!

Do you know the name of these beautiful flowers? This plant was already in our walled garden since the day we bought our house. Can you help me?

Georgous, hey?
Beautiful, hey?
Wild garlic, we planted them 1 year ago!
Wild garlic, we planted them 1 year ago!
Our walled hydrangea, is growing greener & bigger each day!
Our walled hydrangea, is growing greener & bigger each day!
Nearly ready to blossom!
Nearly ready to blossom!
Sneek a Peak,...
Sneak a Peek,…

What do you think that I am growing behind glass? Can you guess,…?

Yeah, that is right:

Home grown pumpkin from seed!
Home grown pumpkin from seed!

And also many home-grown pea-plants:

A young pea-plant!
A young pea-plant!

More to come,…later in the growing year,…:) I hope you enjoyed it too! 🙂

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

48 thoughts on “My Spring garden!

  1. Very lovely flower-collections, Sophie! I wish that I had such a lovely cool walled garden!

  2. Hoi Sophie,
    Beautiful Spring flowers and even your little plants look very healthy. Enjoy!

  3. Your garden is as beautiful as ever!! Those cherry blossoms are stunning. What great little pea plants…I hope you have lots to harvest from them!

  4. How beautiful, Sophie! I love your garden…and you make me think I didn’t do much for mine yet…last year I had jalapeños, tomatoes, basil, zucchini…next weekend I’ll try to find some time and plant some veg. Your flower looks like lavater from far, but I’m not sure, check its leaves on google….:)!

  5. I love your garden, Sophie! Organic, of course. And wild garlic, what could be better? I’m hooked.

  6. Gorgeous!!! Oh I am so jealous of your gardening skills. My plants just seem to… die. I blame it on the Australian heat but I am probably just a terrible gardener too! Loving your flower photos x

  7. Those blossoms are so pretty and I just love the gentle power in those shoots 🙂

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