Hello Spring...Out in the Garden

So unless you have been living under a stone or in a part of the country it isn't sunny you will have noticed that recent days have been truly wonderful, sun shining and blue skies with a little bit of a chill.

Perfect weather for being out and about and today as we went to hang out our Pinata Box Bird Feeder we also took the time to look at the garden, the bulbs sprouting, the moss and everything in between.


I think even just spending half an hour in the garden is good for the soul, there is so much to see and as it grew a little colder and darker it was nice to come in and have a lovely hot chocolate to warm those little hands.

First we found this bone, my son thought it was a dinosaur bone and although I hated to shatter his vision I told him it was probably from a lamb (we have a few neighbours who leave meat out for the cats/foxes)


We also found this nest that had fallen out of a tree, my sons face was a picture.


Looking under rocks for bugs we found some little roots from trees and seeds.


We had a look at the moss on the rocks and touched it to see how it felt....furry apparently ;)


I'm not sure how this got here, I am assuming someone made it for their children that used to live here with some fern leaves and concrete.


Next we had a look at the castor oil plant, these leaves are very Jurassic, they are huge so this thrilled my dino loving son.


We also  these found these 'helicoptors' from the ash tree, one had a little root growing from it so this was exciting to see.


And finally we found some gorgeous lichen on the apple tree and a beautiful pink heather which we think look like little bells.



There are some really wonderful things in the garden at the minute, coming into life as the sun starts to heat everything up.

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

1 comment:

  1. Such a lovely time of year in the garden, everything is just waiting to burst into life for a new season, yet there is still winter to be found too. Looks like you uncovered all sorts of new and old in your garden in that half an hour. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos on Country Kids.

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