Silent Sunday: A bit early but so pretty!


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17 responses to “Silent Sunday: A bit early but so pretty!”

  1. A wonderful photo, with the raindrops glistening. It might be a little early for daffodils, but it’s a nice reminder that spring is on its way!

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    1. They are a bit early for spring but with this changing weather they won’t know how to react on it.

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      1. We had exactly the same thing here in January. We had daffodils in flower – very early – and the heavy snow suddenly arrived in February and ruined most of them. I hope that doesn’t happen to yours as well. It’s been a funny year for garden plants altogether. Most of our roses were wrecked by violent winds and rain in June. I always love to see the first spring flowers. They are a promise that nice warmer weather is not too far away.

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  2. Ag dis pragtig Scrapy. Alhoewel ek hulle nooit self in my tuin gehad het nie bly dit een van die mooiste blomme vir my.

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    1. Beslis my geliefkoosde lente blom. Hul ruik ook vir my lekker.

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  3. Lovely – Spring already?

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    1. Way too early for spring. The flowers don’t know what to do anymore or how to react an the temperatures anymore.

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      1. I agree – here it is the same. And the birds arrive too late for some insects in spring.

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        1. Bad, when you think about it. All human intervention.

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  4. Dit is asemwegslaan mooi. Dankie dat jy met ons deel

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    1. Dit was vir my ook die mooiste verwelkoming terug by die skool Maandagoggend vroeg(7.20am). Dit was so trietsig, koud en nat en hier staan n hele beddinkie met seker so 20 affodille voor by die ingangsdeur.

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      1. Dis amasing. So sonnig en verwelkomend!!!

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        1. Dis een van my geliefkooste blomme, hulle en gesiggies.

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  5. Inderdaad pragtig lente in NZ!

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    1. Nog nie rerig lente nie. Die temperature wissel so erg hier dat die arme plante nie weet wat om te doen nie.

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  6. Very pretty. I saw a few out here in Christchurch and that seems way too early.

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    1. Yes, way to early. This row greeted me on Monday morning when I unlocked the school to welcome back some children at Before School Care.

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