a sprung Spring

18 Apr
wild irises in our hamlet

wild irises, thyme, jonquilles in our hamlet

The first lilas, the first irises, daisy chains made of ‘paquerettes’…

paquerettes and dandlieons 2013

iris 2

iris 3

wisteria 2013

our school held it's first of two 'Marche aux Fleurs'

our school held it’s first of two ‘Marche aux Fleurs’ in the village square

watching the sales

…careful observation of the flower sales

a surprise bunch for the Aussie shelia

a surprise bunch for the Aussie sheila

It’s 26 degrees, Spring is beautiful and I’ve just made my first ‘Jardiniere‘ of the season.

Look out for Mamy Jeanne’s recipe in the following post…

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2 Responses to “a sprung Spring”

  1. Liz Scott April 18, 2013 at 3:58 pm #

    So beautiful 🙂 What a gorgeous place to live! But even in the desert my gardenias are blooming and the garden smells wonderful!

    • The vigneron's wife April 18, 2013 at 4:11 pm #

      It sounds gorgeous Liz. And yes, the aromas are probably the best thing about it all! xo

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