Throwback Thursday: I Miss My Swedish Garden In The Spring

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I miss the garden we left behind when we moved from Sweden to Switzerland, so for the next four weeks the Throwback Thursday will feature it.


But "why four weeks" you ask. Well, simply because I have so many pictures that I don’t want to overwhelm you with all of them at once. You’re welcome :-)!


Pictured above: helleborus, or Christmas rose. Our used to bloom in March or April. In warmer places they do bloom around Christmas or January/February. 


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Forsythia, forget-me-nots, bleeding hearts (not blooming here), daffodils and primuls (drumstick primrose).


Daffodils


Daffodils and muscari. 


Grape Hyacinth, Muscari botryoides


Grape Hyacinth


Muscari (muscari botryoides). Love them!


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Bleeding hearts.


Crocus, Krokus


Crocus, Krokus


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Crocus.


Pink Cherry Flowers


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Cherry Flowers


Cherry trees in bloom.


Spring in My Garden- Pink Tulip


Pink tulips and forget-me-nots, a classic combination I could never resist. Only beaten (with a small margin) by roses and lavender. 


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Forget-me-nots.


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Pansies and geraniums.


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Dwarf lilac. Perfect for small gardens, one to two meters high.


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Lilacs.


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