From the allotment

For one of our gardeners, one allotment is never enough.  :~))

But it isn’t all cabbages and onions.  A well-kept bed of these may certainly be pleasing to the eye, but Saturday’s cheer-up picture from the allotment is more a breath of Spring.

You can surely smell these Hyacinths from here.  Lovely!

Nat's 1 A

There is absolutely nothing like a daffodil to make you feel better!  And here’s a whole bunch.

Nat's 2 A

Thanks to our gardener for a snapshot of her allotment!

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