Ephemeral Spring Beauties
1 day ago
I decided to write about my passion for gardening past, present and future. I have been ill suffering with Lyme Disease since May 2003 but at last after long term antibiotic treatment getting my life back and can again enjoy my garden.
You've made me even more determined than I already was to visit.ReplyDelete
Congratulations!Nice,pretty garden.Beautiful photography!ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures. The pond is most impressive! ValReplyDelete
Indeed Wisley is, and so much better for the sunshine.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place!ReplyDelete
I will definitely be reminding little sister of her promise ! Great photos Joanne - thanks for sharing them with us :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous pictures, Joanne. I haven't been to Wisley for ages, but I'm now inspired to get down there again.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and full of inspiration! I love the containers full of flowers.ReplyDelete
Great tour, really makes me want to go.ReplyDelete
I've yet to visit Wisley. Thanks for the delightful photos. AliceReplyDelete
You said it yourself, Joanne: won-der-ful!ReplyDelete
Sue and Ana Maria nice of you to pop by.ReplyDelete
Thanks for all your comments yes Anna and Victoria it is well worth the visit. I really should go more frequently, no excuse it is only 15 mins by car. I do sometimes just go to the plant centre which often has a few less popular plants to tempt me.