By HarrythePotter

Springtime Yellow.

This Forsythia was propagated from a previous one in this garden which collapsed in high winds about 3 years ago. It will take a while to fill the space left but is looking lovely at the moment.

Another perfect day for gardening with the sun shining and the birds singing. After cutting the 2 small lawns at my main Friday job it was back to tackling the huge rambling rose at the front entrance, it's a monster job but it's starting to take shape.

After work RF and I planted 3 perennial wallflowers in her island bed and tidied up a rose before the light faded. The dogs had been chasing each other around the whole time we were in the garden but were still ready for a walk so we walked to the local chip shop and bought fish and chips. What a lovely way to end the week, thank you.

Unfortunately, when I got home, I fell completely asleep whilst blipping, hence this is being published on Saturday morning!!

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