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Princess Spring

Another spring morning lured me out into the back yard, where the newborn green is surging up- and outwards. Time for my garden shears to jump into action.

First I attacked a herb that grows fast and relentless. Its roots crawl into every direction just under the soil, usurping all in their path. I don’t know the name, but the smell is delicious. These are the youngsters that have now the freedom to roam again.

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Next to these enthusiastics is this thoughtful modest bush. The dry old seeds had to make way…

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for the new growth.

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To my surprise the Spanish daisies made it through winter! How about that! Must have been an exotic winter here in the Netherlands.

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And if by any chance you feel sorry for the oldsters who bravely fought to survive the cold months, take a look at what happened under their own eyes.

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How green can it get? 🙂

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Warmest welcome to you, Princess Spring. 

 

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Reader, writer, word player. Collector of visuals. No lady, but all woman. Caretaker of lads & cats, dungeons & dragons. DuTchess. Green witch.

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