This is what I found after the snow had disappeared - what a treat, even if they do look a bit soggy and squashed. Tomorrow is supposed to be a fine day so maybe they will perk up a bit. I was given a double primrose plant a few years ago which seems to have disappeared, but these single ones have survived all the snow and low temperatures without any trouble.
These are a cheat and I bought them from the supermarket. A week ago they were just about 2" tall (that's 5cm to you youngsters out there) and I have watched them get taller each day. Yesterday morning when I got downstairs these three had opened and were there to greet me.
A rather different look to the garden in this shot, from the one on my previous post. I can't believe all the snow has gone so quickly. I am sorry if you still have the wretched stuff making life difficult, but rest assured if ours has gone yours will shortly follow suit. There is light at the end of this particular tunnel.
Having tidied my workroom last week, I then had to clutter it up again with stuff from the front bedroom while it was being redecorated. It was finished yesterday so I will have a good old sort out and put the furniture back next week and have my workroom to myself once more. I shall then turn my attention to the smallest bedroom which has become a glorified junkroom and is just stuffed with books, boxes and clutter. The charity shops will be brimming with donations by the time I have finished and I shall purr with delight at my tidy rooms - and then find uses for half the things I have got rid of!!