The main difference in the view this week is the distant view outside the garden. The hay has been cut and wound into huge rolls; the uncut grass is now golden yellow – the colour of the countryside in summer.
Inside the garden Stipa tenuissima is also showing its golden locks. Continue reading
Again a changeable week weather-wise. A couple of day with cloud and a few spots of rain and the rest hot! The images today sparkle with the sun. Continue reading
No, not the title of a new novel, but an everyday occurrence in My Hesperides Garden. Continue reading
There is so much going on in the garden this month that it is hard to include everything I would like to share. Especially as I don’t want to just show individual blooms, however lovely they may be, you can find those everywhere on the net from the RHS site to the web pages of growers who are selling the plants. Continue reading
Welcome to my contribution to ‘In a vase on Monday’ hosted by Cathy at Rambling in the Garden where we pick flowers from our own gardens. Continue reading
Well I was wrong again! At least half of the Spring Walk continues to give satisfaction. Continue reading
I’m glad several of you voted for the view from the terrace as the view for me to show on Fridays during summer. When I looked back through all my photographs to show how it began and progressed to this point I found very few images. Now why is that? Maybe because it is the view I see from the sitting room window or because it is here that we usually sit for an aperitivo so I am so familiar with the view that I never photograph it. Or is it because it isn’t as pleasing as it could be; there are images of the setting sun; this is one of the best places to enjoy the amazing colours that fill the sky. Continue reading