This week has been hectic, trying to catch up from our week away at this vital time in the garden. I haven’t manages to comment on as many posts as I would have liked, nor caught up with reading many from last week – sometimes life just gets in the way of blogging!!!!
As promised earlier in the week here are some images of the Peony farm which is about 20 minutes drive from where we live. Continue reading
Every year at about this time, we visit the peony farm. The exquisite beauty that peonies have is very short lived which means that I don’t devote any space to them in the garden; but I immensely enjoy going to see them all flowering en-mass. Continue reading
I don’t have any peonies in my garden, not because I don’t like them but because their beauty is so fleeting plus they flower at a time of year when there are likely to be many rain storms and wet bedraggled peonies just look sad.
But I do like them and love the perfume of the tree peonies so every year I visit a peony farm not far from us where I can enjoy seeing them without the worry of having them in the garden. This post is for Julie at Peonies and Poses, from the name I’m sure she loves peonies; maybe one year you could visit Julie and see this amazing place for yourself. Continue reading