Everything In The Garden’s Sneezy!

As you know, I am a hay fever sufferer. It isn’t very nice when your dose gets all blocked up or you start sneezing everywhere. I am only allowed to go in the garden in the evening at present, when the pollen is a little less troublesome.

Here I am examining the flowers last night.

These pink and white flowers seem to be special hypo-allergenic varieties . . .

Fairy checks the garden for pollen (2)

. . . but the same can not be said for these purply ones – pfhoof!

Fairy checks the garden for pollen (3)

Hee-hee! I am feeling on top of the world – doing my hedgehog impression!

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Hum . . . this smells ok, but it’s decidedly not for nibbling – I wonder why mummy and daddy bother to grow it!

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. . . hang on though! It has yummy lettuce leaf snacks growing in it. Now that really is what I call a magical hedge!

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Wow! These poppies are very tall! I will need my binoculars to see the flowers.

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They look very pretty from down here though – almost as pretty as moi!

Fairy checks the garden poppies for pollen  (2)

I’d better go indoors now, before I start sneezing. I think it is also time for a little snack!

Fairy checks the garden for pollen (16)

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  1. I just wanted to say how much I have been enjoying these latest stories and wonderful photographs. Fairy is beautiful and seems to thoroughly enjoy posing for the camera! Your garden is wonderful too, a real Fairyland!

  2. Stunning pictures as always Fairy :)

    I love your hedgehog pose and will show it to the hoglets I’ve got at the moment to make them smile.

    Xx

  3. Thanks Alimouse! Baby hoglets – aww! All good wishes with them :)

  4. Fairy is such a “pudding”; adorably showcased next to the gorgeous flowers. Glad her snuffy little nose doesn’t bother her in the evenings. It would be a shame if she couldn’t enjoy your enchanting garden in the spring/summer.

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