Bluebell in winter?

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Tweetypie
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Bluebell in winter?

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Just a bit of fun, Miss Muffet trying to impersonate a "bluebell" in the rockery :-)
Thought I would let the girls out for half hour each day whilst they can't do too much damage.
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Never mind the ‘bluebell’. That’s a seriously good bit of planting there. Whilst I have no garden myself I have always appreciated good gardens.
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What a lovely garden, very well planted out. Miss Muffat looks very nice out there, and she knows it :D
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It's good to see a winter garden with so much colour and interest - and added chicken!
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Thank you so much. It looks very untidy at the moment, but I am gobsmacked that the lithodora I have planted at the front still keeps on flowering. The large conifers were already there when we moved, but I have built the small walls with old stones. I wanted a whole blue fountain of flowers cascading down. I had to add more last year so hopefully they will spread as the others have. My favourite shrub is the chinese witchhazel, which has magenta flowers. I had to google what it was as I don't know much about gardening. Roll on Spring, when the flowers start to bloom....
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What a beautiful garden! Puts ours to shame.
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