Little Birdie House for Sale
Little Birdie House is a beautifully positioned property in the Cà Rossa Garden area. This property provides spacious accommodation in a most convenient location,close to main fruit trees like San Pietro’s pear, a vintage walnut tree and serviceberries; pine nuts are just a flutter away. Most of the ground floor has pine-beamed ceilings and all of the rooms have good wooden floors. Accommodation as it stands is made up of a reception hall, three sitting rooms, three kitchens, six bedrooms and three bathrooms. There is also currently planning permission for a swimming pool. This house represents a perfect opportunity for young couples or families.
Price on Request. Call the agency now and ask for Mrs. Mina.
I finally made the first nesting box of my entire life and I must try every way to see some birds on it, I think a good advert on the internet might work. I’m not that good in DIY but I like the result anyway. I hope it’s not too late to hang it.
In other fronts the first narcissus are finally in full bloom. The total yellow ones seems to be the earliest to bloom:
N. ‘February Gold’ are planted on a vintage iron bucket, they’re so yellow and translucent that is rather difficult to take a good photo. Slightly but nicely scented they definitely welcome the new season beginning.
N. ‘Jetfire’ has a bright orange coloured crown but with my disappointment it is quite similar to the previous one. They’re pretty cheerful though, so I think I’m going to move the bulbs from pots to the woodland area as soon as they fade.
This is their first year so they all look a little wretched and shorter than what they are supposed to grow but I’m rather happy with the bulbs quality, they just need to settle down.
This one is a rather standard yellow daff, I found the bulbs already planted when I bought the house, I guess they might be ‘Golden harvest’ or something like that. Ok maybe they’re nothing special but they’re very strong and reliable.
This one should be n. ‘Geranium’ but I’m not so sure because it’s supposed to be a late flowerer, anyway there is no other similar varieties in my order. The scent is very strong and sweet but petals unfurl in a rather gross way.
A part for a few bunches of violas scattered around the grass garden and for the lonicera fragrantissima (which has been flowering for weeks), I don’t have anything else in bloom at the moment, anyway I get up earlier in the morning to see what’s going on in the garden and every day there’s something new. I feel relieved because I’m almost done with putting all those potted roses in the ground, they started suffering in the pots, which I used as a temporary solution during winter frost.
Tomorrow they are finally coming to install the first floor’s windows, I can’t believe it. Indeed I won’t believe it until I see them mounted. Hopefully I’ll take a day off to deal with workers tomorrow, so I’m going to have more time to spend in the garden…