Is what I said to myself when I spied this lot down near the washing line.
Seems I didn’t get round to clearing them all up
Well would you look at that, I said to myself when I noticed the orange blooms on the Clivia – they were moved last year and have settled In well.
Oh bugger, would you look at that, I said to myself.
when I noticed the green tips on what last week were bare branches.
That rotten Oak tree of next door’s is having the last laugh!
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11 Replies to “Well, would you look at that….”
I thought the leaves would have broken down by now. It’s always good to see the spring tree growth.
My clivea is in bud too.
And without doubt there are leaves in some corners of the garden. Good mulch my lazy self says.
New growth abounds here too
Spring is definitely in the air.
I’ve done a lot of that “oh bugger” talk too, up here where winter looms. Well, autumn.
yes indeed “well look at that…” I’m starting to note there are buds forming on some of the trees on my walks that a few months ago were dropping their autumn leaves all over the place…
Our leaves have just started falling… I’m not looking forward to raking, but somebody’s gotta do it! Have a great day! I love autumn….
Here, the leave just begin to fall.
Seeing new buds on the old tree gives hope 🙂
Glad it’s summer 24/7 over here in my corner of the world!
Had to giggle. Hubby spent a lot of time raking leaves and then the magnolia blooms fell. There are other early blooms that are threatening to fall for him, too!
How great to see you at ‘My Corner of the World’ this week!! Thanks for linking.
Well, would you look at that …………….. I enjoyed “reading” your post Cathy 🙂
I’m glad the oak tree has not given up, true to its spirit.
He may stand out like a sore thumb, but looks back at you like an old grandpa I guess! 🙂
Lovely to have you join me on #WordlessWednesday
Have a good week. Will be live soon!
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