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.
May your Christmas be filled with love, joy & peace ~ FlowerLadyReplyDelete
I hope that you had a good Christmas Joanne and that the New Year treats you most kindly.ReplyDelete
This is a very interesting blog. I am new in the blog world; therefore it is fascinating to follow other blogs. I published my garden blog only a few weeks ago. I come from Finland.ReplyDelete
Hi Anneli Nice to 'meet' you, it is fun blogging and lots of links to blogs in the right hand column of my blog but these days I don't do my garden blog so much as my time is taken up on my blog about Lyme Disease to try and share information to help others suffering with Lyme Disease. Have funReplyDelete
It's a bit late but happy new year!! I've only just stumbled upon your blog and it makes for interesting reading.
I will send a link to this blog to my neighbour who grows roses like you wouldn't believe. She will love this blog I'm sure.
Incidently her roses are grown in full view in her front yard so, as you can imagine, I am eagerly awaiting summer.
Had to give up gardening because of a drought so I'm finding blogs that I can oooh and awwww over. Love our photos and followed you. Hope you update in the spring with more pictures :)ReplyDelete
A wonderful dog. You can hug me?ReplyDelete