Sunday, December 10, 2006

Sunday Viola


Just a quick post, work calls :(
The Viola floweing in December and the cold has slowed the slugs down for a while.I wander if they go on holiday somewhere untill its warmer?

9 comments:

Salix Tree said...

Mot a chance! I saw some slugs keeping warm in the compost heap! And I found one that had tunneled into a potato in the ground.
Pretty viola! Aren't they just the sweetest flowers?

Anita said...

Oh, my favourite violas again! They are always so cute!

Snappy, have a look at this link, I thought it might be of interest to you. It's on Monty Don's latest project and the book "Growing out of trouble" is mentioned as well:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6109178.stm

Happy reading!

HORIZON said...

Lovely Viola Snappy- those beastlie slugs!
;)
I don't mind where they go as long as their not in my garden-lol

Naturegirl said...

It is an usual winter for us all globally. Mild unheard of weather in Dec..washing cars on the 10th of Dec....when have we done this!
Something is surely gone wrong with mother nature.
Pray that it all evens out soon. Peace to you and I hope you have caught the holiday spirit! NG

Salix Tree said...

I'm going to tag you with a meme, it's fun! List your 5 (or more) favorite Christmas songs! ;-}
Here are mine: http://artnook.blogspot.com/

rusty in miami said...

Yes Slugs come to Florida in the winter for holiday

Britt-Arnhild said...

Hi David.
Nature is strange with all this blooming in December.
Have a nice Christmas time.

lisa said...

Snappy, that's my favorite part of winter-no slugs or bugs! Hey, I wanted to ask you if you know where Stuart went? I visited his blog after he went from 'Gardening 4 Dummies' to 'Tips N' Ideas"...but now it seems he's gone altogether. Any ideas?

snappy said...

Thanks for all the comments.I appreciate them all.I dont know what happened to Stuart, guess he got busy doing other things.Does anyone else know his where abouts?