Welcome to GBFD; I promised when I said that I wouldn’t be posting every month any more that I would post if I thought there was something worth sharing with you.
I complain most years that there is no autumn colour in my garden except for the Pomegranate, that changes to a lovely buttery yellow each year. Continue reading
Welcome to the September post of Gardener Bloggers’ Foliage Day; this will be the last foliage day I host as I am finding that I have less and less time to post at the moment. I still think foliage is the most important thing in my garden and I’m sure that many future posts will focus on foliage. Continue reading
Welcome to Garden Blogger’s Foliage Day (GBFD) for August 2017. My apologies for being absent last month. Part of my reason for not blogging during all of July was that it was so hot I hardly spent any time outside at all unless it was by the sea or at the lake! It was only enjoyable to have breakfast outside, lunch and dinner were eaten in the relative coolness of inside the house. Those of you imagining me sitting on the terrace under the covering of the wisteria were I’m afraid dreaming of some other place. With some days reaching the dizzy heights of 42°C (104°F) it was unbearable for me to be sitting even in the shade. Continue reading
Firstly, many, many apologies for not posting for GBFD in May. I was at the Chelsea Flower Show and didn’t have my laptop with me. Thank you to those of you who posted anyway, I read your posts with great pleasure. Continue reading
Welcome to GBFD for April. Usually I have decided what aspect of foliage I will write about for my monthly meme where I ask you to think of the foliage in your gardens rather than the flowers. This would seem a big ask in April when our spring gardens are bursting with colour from bulbs and many emerging perennials. Continue reading
Welcome to GBFD, a day to forget the flowers, if you can, and concentrate on the qualities of foliage. Continue reading
Welcome to Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day. Sorry I am a day late but life rather got in the way. I also have to admit that nothing very different is happening in My Hesperides Garden regarding foliage this month. Continue reading