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To be perfectly honest, I am off my garden frenzy these days. There is so much out there to be done, but the soil is wet to the core. Not very tempting. But it is still producing flowers. Even though the frost is visiting frequently at night these days.

I love the light of the morning and I am still freezing after taking these pics in my pjs and crocs  🙂

Indulge!

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Have a wonderful weekend!

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Wow, such a great garden this is! I loved the area down by the river bank. The orchard and the nuttery was also big favorites and I could probably stay there on my knees with a camera for hours and hours on end!

What struck me walking around in the wilder parts of this garden was that the set rules that I garden by, is really just bullshit. Alt least for springplantings. Anything goes really. And since snow is such a big part of my year, a little wild mess of springflowering plants and bulbes just makes me feel so free and fresh.

After all, spring is my favorite part of gardening!
So more spring planting this autumn!

See all the pictures from my visist here >

 

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I took som pictures out in the garden today. It was sunny and warm and I might have got a bit sunburned on my nose 🙂

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My Spotty Pulmonaria

Jeffersonia Dubia

Jeffersonia Dubia

The snow white Helleborus

The snow white Helleborus lights up a half shady corner

My best friend Bilbo

My best friend Bilbo

The absolutely gorgeous blue Crocus!

The absolutely gorgeous blue Crocus!

 

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I am having such a good time gardening these days. The frost is slowing letting go of my soil, and I can do one more border each weekend. But it is still cold out, so here is a suggestion for some nice gardening clothes 🙂

Early spring gardening

Barbour union jack jacket
€349 – jades24.com

H&M skinny fit jeans
£30 – hm.com

Lace up shoes
$175 – bergdorfgoodman.com

Mulberry pink shawl
$325 – stylebop.com

Medium Mud Gloves
$5.95 – crateandbarrel.com

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