How gorgeous. I just love this time of year! Beautiful pics x
Nice garden! My post would have to be Weeds in my garden.. :D Glad you have some beautiful things so close to you. Think of them when your over-dramatic-stinking-ratbag-ex starts his next round of bollocks! Keep your chin up notSupermum, I heart your blog. You go girl! Moda
Everything is coming up flowers? Is that the message intended? I hope so.Higs to you, lovely.
Darn it - everyone's garden is looking good apart from mine. My post would have to be rabbits and horses in my garden, both of which I have had today, but nary a flower in sight.
Maternal Tales/Emily - it is a lovely time of year isn't it?Tessa, the pink flower at the top is an azalea. I planted it a few years ago but this is the first real show of flowers on it.Moda, thanks for your very kind comments. There are plenty of weeds in my garden too, these are carefully edited photos from my garden - keep visiting to see a post later this week about my garden. La belette, I suppose it is yes! What a lovely thought.Welsh Girl - fear not, my garden is a wilderness at the moment - these are the only nice bits in it! Anyway, you've only been in your house for 5 minutes - you can't be expected to have a garden full of flowers already!
You have taken such beautiful pics. Are they azaleas? I love the white coloured variety: they remind me of chiffon.I will be sending you an email shortly re the gorgeous card you recently sent to me (received this morning). Thank you so much!xo
Lovely flowers! I've got a snowball plant as well but it's just started losing the flowers! All the best. A.
Stunning, and very relaxing!
Mervat, yes they are azaleas. I also have a brilliant orange azalea, but that flowers earlier in the year. I'm glad you got the card - you're very welcome!Antonella, my snowball plant is dying off now - that was the last of it. It's lovely while it lasts though.Rosie, glad you enjoyed them.
I love these! Thank you so much. Just the thing to wake up to. The columbines are a favorite. Here in the northern Rockies, one can sometimes--rarely--find them wild at high altitudes. Thanks for your recent visit, NSM. Lovely weekend to you...
They look amazing - i think you will have to give me a few pointers, i can't evem manage to keep a spider plant alive!x
Oh, an English garden! Living in L.A. I've grown to love succulents, but looking at these photos makes me long for a wetter climate.
I'd love to be able to grow stuff!!! I haven't got green fingers! Would love to see how the garden changes over the season. Come and choose an award at mine!
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