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Spanish Bluebells


Spanish Bluebells   (Hyacinthoides hispanica)

In March last year, these bluebells were transplanted from a garden in Germany. As I wanted the work done as quickly as possible (what a lazy cow!), I dug several trenches to plant them. As a result, they look unnatural as if they were in the plantation or some sort. However, they look healthier this year at least, that's what matters to me at the moment. :)



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lovely...

6 May, 2010

 

Oh, thank you Elsiemay! The poor peony was battered when we cut down some trees around it (she's got some of the branches cut off, accidentally). The shape of it is a bit strange now for that reason.. :(

6 May, 2010

 

Another lovely photo, Tommy! :~))

6 May, 2010

 

Thanks Flori :)

7 May, 2010

 

They will soon spread themselves out. Especially down hill. I only have a slight slope in my garden and they are all on the lower part, none at the top. What a lovely setting for them to be brought so far.

11 May, 2010

 

Oh that's a good news Dorjac! I thought I should do something about them to make them look more natural but it seems I don't have to worry about them. Wonderful. :)

15 May, 2010



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