The Three Tarragons: French, Russian and Mexican
On Monday I shared with you a vase of flowers and I asked if any of you recognised what they were. I thought I knew, but I was wrong and in the land of blogging there is always someone who knows the right answer! Continue reading
Cathy is away today celebrating her mother’s 90th birthday – Happy Birthday Cathy’s mum!
Even though she is away, Cathy has produced a love little vase of flowers so my arrangement is for her for her dedication to this meme which brings us all such pleasure. Continue reading
Welcome to GBFD where I celebrate the job that foliage does in our gardens. I believe that foliage is just as (maybe more) important than flowers. Continue reading
Roses rarely flower in my garden in mid-summer, it is too hot for them; their time is May and early June and then if I’m lucky in late autumn. Continue reading
Slowly I am progressing with the redesign of what were the formal beds. I have been working on attaching wires to posts for the Trachelospermum hedge. Using wire fencing might have been an easier option but I think it would have looked very ugly while the hedge was growing, at least the wires are almost invisible. Continue reading
I am amazed that there is still an abundance of flowers in the cuttings beds all vying to be picked and admired indoors! Continue reading
I’m not managing to post as much as I would like at present. I’m working in the garden more than writing about it, plus I am still having issues with our internet, often too slow to upload even the smallest image. Hopefully today I will be able to join Gillian and her ‘Looking good’ meme. Continue reading
On Monday Cathy at Rambling in the Garden challenges us to find material from our gardens to pick and bring into the house to enjoy, thanks to her I’ve had flowers in vases for every week I’ve been at home this year – how much pleasure is that?!!! Continue reading
I’m joining Gillian’s Looking Good meme over at Country Garden UK this week.