I ventured out into the garden yesterday, as I glimpsed some colour poking out of the drabness. So, here we are, the first spring colour in the garden. The plant is called a Bergenia. Apparently, they are sometimes known as Elephant's Ears, because of their large, leathery, oval leaves.
I am delighted to say that today, after three weeks, I am actually feeling just a little bit better, which is good news indeed. I'm still just sitting around and doing nothing, but my spirits certainly seem to have lifted in the past twenty four hours.
Would you believe that, yesterday, I didn't wake up until 1.45 p.m.!
Anyway, just now I put my wellies on and decided to venture much further down into the garden, and I was delighted to find many more signs of the garden gradually re-awakening after the Winter, so I thought I would share the photos with you.
|Miniature Tete-a-Tete Daffodils|
|The daffodils will be a real picture in about a week's time|