Hello! The garden is buzzing with busy bees but the park has a few beauties to share. Walk with me…
Now if I’m not mistaken, this is Thistle. I’ve always loved books about fairies and my favourite flower where the fairies hide would always be the Thistle.
Hidden in the shrubbery are these gorgeous open Roses. Their bright pink faces dart into view whenever the wind sends shivers down the branches filled with greenery.
Pretty purple plants litter the side of the path as we walk Henry along the edge of the green.
Baby’s Breath blows gently in the wind, it’s delicate little flowers shimmering as each stalk bends and sways in a happy trance.
The promise of summer: raspberries starting to blush in thorny hedgerows hiding birds’ nests.
This prickly plant looks as if it’s related to the Zimbabwean BlackJack. The tiny heads are barely noticeable among the grass and shrubs, but on closer inspection, they are just as gorgeous as any flower.
Wavering with the bodies of barley, grassy heads bob to and fro as the dance with delight to the invisible beat of breezy base drums.
I hope you enjoyed our walk together. Next week I hope my geraniums will have flowered so that I can share their pretty faces with you.
Have a lovely afternoon.
Since moving into our new temporary home, I’ve noticed some beautiful flowers parading through the summer season and felt the need to share them with you. I have no idea what half the flowers’ names are, but hope you’ll enjoy looking at them as much as I do!
Now this flower is part of a creeper that has attacked most of the plants in the garden. It’s found its way around trees, over walls and through fences. I’m tempted to nickname it Terminator!
It may be a weed, it may just be that it’s enthusiasm makes it spread its beautiful foliage across the hostas and bulbs, but this pretty flower has brightened the garden and shown off its bright pinks through rain and sun.
I’ve decided to include the crazy mushroom circles I found in the open field across from the house. I’m guessing a fairy ring is to blame for this phenomenon, though sadly, I haven’t seen a fairy yet.
My lavender pots are trying very hard to brighten the dull door to our home! I’m convincing the Hubble that we need more pots to help brighten the entranceway. I think you’ll see a few more additions in the next few weeks.
Well, those are the only pics I’ve taken so far. Join me again for another tour of my new garden.
Bye for now!
I’ve been fortunate enough to capture the morning glory of nature on my walk today and thought I would share some pics with you.
The sun reflecting off the yellow back of a Daffodil.
Dewdrops on a purple Crocus.
Colleen, this little hideaway reminds me of your fairies.
Henry, patiently waiting for me to take his photo.
Our little forest.
It has been so long since we’ve had a coffee. Sorry we aren’t at our usual coffee shop – work has been mad and my projects have overtaken all my spare time. So, without too much pomp and ceremony, I’d like to welcome you to my bat cave!! Continue reading →
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Cherries and pears, fennel and mint; these are a few of my little treasures packed into the borders of my little plot of heaven.
Peeking above Begonia with a French flair, Lavender stands to attention letting us know she is there.
Not to be outdone, Begonia sparkles in the sun, showing off her pink satin petals shimmering in their finery.
All is not lost as the fern guards the back gate. New foundlings unfurl with lazy precision, ready to stretch out and greet the world.
Heavily burdened with the weight of the grapes, my archway is serving out its last year as the support to the vino.
Delicious raspberries dance in the breeze in long stemmed prickly branches.
And finally, sweetening the air, my roses burst with pride as they display colours of pink, peach, yellow and white.
Hope you enjoyed walking through my garden with me.