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Signs of spring in the wildlife garden
It's time for the first blog from the wildlife garden for 2011, thanks to Peter. It's been a bleak mid-winter, and while Saltholme's wildlife garden hasn't had to suffer too much frosty wind, the earth has been hard as iron, and water like a stone. In my own garden, I've had...
2 Jan 2011
Yaffles, beeps and bubbles
Hi everyone, That's a yaffling green woodpecker, beeping teals and bubbling curlews to be exact. It might have been a dreadfully rainy and wet day at Saltholme, but spring is still in the air. Some of the snowdrops are out in the wildlife garden. I'll try to get a photograph of them tomorrow...
26 Jan 2011
Snowdrops are popping
Hi everyone, Peter's been catching some winter sun in Sri Lanka, and he's back in perfect time to blog about the snowdrops in the wildlife garden. You can see from Ben's photos that the snowdrops are coming out in the wildlife garden. Other spring bulbs will soon follow...
29 Jan 2011
Almost a riot in the wildlife garden
Hi everyone, There's more and more colour appearing in the wildlife garden. It's almost a riot. Here are some pictures from today... These aren't the Welsh daffodils that Peter was on about the other day , they're not quite in bloom yet. Next time you're at Saltholme...
4 Mar 2011
Looking colourful in the wildlife garden
Hi everyone, Who said February is grim? The wildlife garden is starting to bloom with snowdrops, crocuses, cyclamen, hellebores and irises. Next time you're at Saltholme, spend a few minutes nosing around the garden.
16 Feb 2011
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