Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Pretty green


Today I saw tiny lime green shoots pushing out of the leafy, mouldy, muddy earth high up in the bluebell woods and I smiled at their promise.
The highly scented smell of hyacinth is wafting out from the kitchen.....

13 comments:

  1. The thought of spring makes me smile, too! Your mosaic is so pretty...I love hyacinths!

    Hope you are having a good week, Sarah!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. Such a gorgeous colour. xxx

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  3. Can't wait for the Spring..but look out,I think another cold snap is on the way!
    I hope you get your trip to Lewes and breakfast at Bill's.I always have the scrambled eggs and smoked salmon...yum! :0)

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  4. Yep it's got to be on it's way now!
    Love the little seat you have by the window, just perfect for tea drinking and window gazing I bet.
    Hope all is well with you.
    Lisa x

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  5. Lovely! The Spring flowers are so gorgeous, aren't they and seem so full of promise. Hurry up Spring!
    Hen x

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  6. ....deep sigh. I am so looking forward to a little bit of Spring - why does Winter feel like the longest drawn out season?.

    Nina xxx

    ps. only enough for another wee one I'm afraid - I was so hoping for a Von Trapp moment. N xxx

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  7. Think I can smell the hyacinths from here. (Melbourne!)

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  8. hi
    the springflowers they are wonderful.mmmh i can smell the hyacinths.
    have a wonderful day,
    regina

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  9. As much as I love our Suffolk countryside, views like yours make me long for a few more hills!

    I couldn't resist some hyacinth bulbs today as I thought it was about time my home had that smell once more.

    Love your bench in your bay window, is it a Scumble Goose one? And what scent of east of india candle do you have on your table? I love their candles but cannot seem to get my fave smells anywhere at the moment.

    xx

    PS: Sorry about the temptation post and the resulting petrol I cost you! ;)

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  10. Ahhhhh,yes! That telltale sight of brilliant green! What's better?

    Sending love across the miles and lanes,

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

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  11. Hi,im not sure if i already stopped by but i just wanted to say thank you for visitng my blog and im glad you enjoyed it!
    Love Kirsty xxx

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  12. Lovely photos,we have daffodils out in the garden alongside the snowdrops and some brave little primroses, Spring has arrived in Cornwall. Jane xx

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  13. Ahhhh, hyacinths....
    One of my all time favourites.

    My sister dug up some of my hyacinth bulbs while she was helping my weed the other day, I hope she replaced them the right way up.

    Cheers
    Fi

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