In The Garden
Lovely, I have loads of those last flowers :(May be you could help with my pear tree question? On my blog now. :)
Hi Tilly, many thanks for visiting my blog. Love your colourful photos - your blossom is lovely and abundent!I have friends in Cookham and we always take lovely walks down the river when we visit them. Bliss!Jeanne
Hello Tilly,You are right you are just that little bit further ahead than us 'up north!'Thank you for visiting my blog.LoveLynxxx
How gorgeous. My parents always had many of those flowers in their garden, so that really reminds me of home.
Oh my - it all looks lovely. I have decided the garden will be my 'project' this summer. I must sort it out and make it a bit less utilitarian. All those pictures are great inspiration. Thank you :) x
If I wasn't visiting Europe this summer, I'd be very jealous right now! Things are getting decidedly cooler here and definitely less flowering!
I know you are just trying to torture me. A garden, I will most likely have to live vicariously through yours because mine is now covered (again) by snow. I am hoping that my plants that have started sprouting a bit, will not die from the snowstorm and from the cold. I can't believe you have actual flowers!!!!!
hi, thank you for dropping by , my eldest sons Nellie is getting a bit close to disintegration oops. One day I will have a garden, this time of year just sees me getting more and more envious ...
Tilly pleeeeeease come and do something with my garden, it is atrocious. It looks like one of those gardens that people complain to the council about. I just discovered the google earth map and if I do a birds eye view over my house you can see an old settee in my garden. If any aliens are on Mars looking down on earth that is what they can see LOL! Seriously though your garden flowers are so pretty, one day I hope mine may be like yours X
What a lovely garden you have!! I especially love your photo of the white, dogwood, I think it is. You must love relaxing with all that beauty!
Love that daisy! :)