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How does your garden grow? Colours start to emerge as Spring is here

By Chris Saunderson

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HOW does your garden grow?

Some daffodils make their appearance of the season.
Some daffodils make their appearance of the season.

It doesn't need to have silver bells and cockleshells, but we would like to see some colour.

Spring is officially here and after the long months of winter lockdown, we can all look forward to spending more time in our gardens or local parks.

Spring and summer are about light and rejuvenation in the garden, and it feels a bit like that too for us all as we begin to slowly emerge from the dark days of a second lockdown.

So let's celebrate and raise each other's spirits by sharing photos of your wonderful gardens as they begin to bloom.

All aboard the gardening train.
All aboard the gardening train.

We want to see your gardens of all shapes and sizes, full of vibrant colour.

The daffodils are an iconic sign that Spring is here, so perhaps you have a good show of daffies already.

Over the coming months let's share the happiness and colour of our gardens with each other.

Chris' back garden in Lossiemouth.
Chris' back garden in Lossiemouth.

Send your photos to newsdesk@northern-scot.co.uk and remember to tell us your name and where you live.

Chris Saunderson, a joint content editor with The Northern Scot and its sister papers/websites, gets the ball rolling with some pictures from his humble wee garden.

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