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.
Your garden is stunning Joanne. I'm in the process of reviving a very old, neglected and weed infested garden and my aim is to create a cottage garden too. Lovely post, thanks for sharing. ElizabethReplyDelete
Joanne, I always liked your garden! Thank you for these beautiful spring pictures! I love the geometry of your garden, the paths, the bench, the plant supports, young trees ... everything! Have a great June!ReplyDelete
I just love it Joanne , would love to see it all , I can feel the smells alreadyReplyDelete
Beautiful, as always!ReplyDelete
Nice to see more pics of your lovely garden! Trees are becoming green now where I live... :) Hope you don´t mind but Im giving you a link to an old blog about a Vicars house garden. The blog is not active anymore I think but the pictures are very nice.ReplyDelete
http://bakomhacken.blogspot.se/ The title is Behind the hedge
Thanks for the stroll through your garden, brings back memories and scents are amongst those memories!
Is that Mike hiding behind the newspaper?
Hi Alison Glad you enjoyed the stroll yes Mike resting with the paper but it was an opportunity not to miss - still lots more to post but where is the time?Delete
Hi Alison I am pleased you enjoyed the stroll - Yes Mike having a rest reading the paper. Lots more to post but where is the time?ReplyDelete
What a beautful garden you got. I really like your blog and all the pictures. I can feel the smell of roses and imagine how relaxing it would be take a stroll among all the pretty flowers. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Joanne your garden is amazing. I have just started my own garden and blog http://flynnfoodforest.blogspot.com.au/ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma❃