We have had one hot day -at last!- and some milder weather which is bringing the roses to bloom at last. This is the iceberg, which is first always. It is a generous bush, grows so big we have to cut it back at least twice before winter.
This is "Munstead Wood" -a David Austin rose with a lovely fruity perfume and a desire to take over the world!
This is "Glamis castle" a slower growing white perfumed David Austin rose -not quite out yet -has lots of petals when fully open.
Spring is a time when I like to add some colour to my outfits. This is a cotton scarf I made from a sarong I found in an op shop. It has elephants on it!
My design wall is inspired by my spring garden - I am working on a design based on butterflies. Early days yet though.
There are buds on the grapevines, the tomatoes are in flower, the mandarin is going crazy with new growth, everything is lush and active.
Dora is loving the open windows.
We are hoping the mild weather continues to develop -our grandchildren are coming over in a week or two from Victoria, and we have lots of ideas of how to entertain them -outside!