Orchids in the Ninfarium Aberglasney Gardens
Our 7 year old grandson has been staying with us for the past week so time has just disappeared! It’s wonderful to see the world again through young eyes and appreciate how fortunate we are to live in such a beautiful part of the world.
Pond dipping and discovering the millions of wonderful creatures that live in the murky waters of our pond!
Watching bees collecting pollen- having time to stand and stare – should do it more often!
Observing the camouflaged Canada Goose on the island sitting on her eggs.
Getting out of the way when the farmer delivered my long awaited for manure- I’m so excited!!
Rufus has had an exciting time too welcoming the sheep back on to the field.
There was one particular lamb he really liked!
OHe thought lambs were fun until they all started chasing him!
One of the ewes has one black lamb and one white lamb but we have never seen a lamb with one black leg before!!
Our garden is definitely showing signs of Spring and I haven’t even completed all the cutting down and clearing up after Winter yet!
Back to ‘normal’ today after our grandson left for home and a visit to Aberglasney Gardens where the spring borders are filling up beautifully with tulips, hyacinths and primroses. The meadow was full of fritillaries and the bluebells were just bringing a shade of blue to the wood- all just perfect.
On the drive home through Llandeilo there was a traffic jam whilst we all had to wait for the passing of a number of amazing horse drawn carriages…can only happen here!