Time to de-hibernate

This winter has skipped us all in all, and here we’ve been anticipating and preparing for it, for nothing!  But we’re not complaining as the “Tramontana” (Northern wind) can be strong, wet, cold and penetrating for an old summer house during the Mediterranean winter storms.

As a walk around the garden displays this, I have to gladly realize that spring is here:

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Plum

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Almond

Flower flower1 flower2 Flower3 flower4 Flower5 flower6 flower7 flower8 Flower9 flower10

Clover & flowering Rosemary

Clover & flowering Rosemary

Irises undermined by naughty dog

Irises undermined by naughty dog

Luckily she is extremely cute, otherwise she'd be in greater trouble!

Luckily she is extremely cute, otherwise she’d be in greater trouble!
2 Responses to “Time to de-hibernate”
  1. 03.05.2014

    Mysiga bilder, det kan vi behöva här i kalla Norden. Grått, grått och åter grått…..nu längtar jag efter solen!

    Kram från ett mulet Karlstad:-)

  2. Ann-Mia
    03.05.2014

    Nice pictures make even long for spring!