These tulips are so pretty and are quite a few years old as I lift them after they have finished flowering each year.
The white daffodils are new. I couldn't resist them when I saw them at the garden centre last Autumn. They made me think of the wild ones that grew in a favourite picnic spot when I was young. Peeping behind them you can just see some primroses, we have quite a few clumps in our small garden.
Just off the patio area is our small lawn divided in two by the brick path that Mike put down a couple of years ago. At the moment half fenced off to keep Nell off, however we watch her from the conservatory as she cleverly jumps over it!
The garden although small keeps me occupied and happy, what could be more uplifting than a garden full of flowers. I have a selection of seeds planted ready for the summer. Cleome, cosmos, antirrhinums, rudbeckia, petunias, and geraniums as all mine died in the unheated greenhouse last winter, when the temperatures dropped some nights to well below freezing point. It is so nice to have sunshine again, it seemed a long way off when the snow was around.