Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Today's garden has a calming effect






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11 comments:

John Greenwood said...

Lovely! Our garden is still dormant, even the cherry tree isn't anywhere near flowering(fully out 24th March last year). The Camelia, Magnolia and even the Ammylancia are weeks away!

angryparsnip said...

So beautiful.
I have always enjoyed the photos of your garden.

cheers, parsnip

Scarlet Blue said...

You have flowers!! All I have is one dandelion so far.
Sx

Mike and Ann said...

Our garden is showing a certain amount of colour, but yours is several days ahead of ours - being so far West helps, I suppose. But spring is definitely here (at last!!!!!)

debra said...

It's really beautiful, Pat. He would have loved it. Ours is behind yours, with daffodils and a promise of other blooms in the garden.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Everything looks so very pretty, dear Pat...There is nothing like flowers and plants in a garden to bring a kind of peace to one....Spring---the time of renewal. That is a good thing, isn't it.....
I think you are doing FANTASTICALLY, Pat....Give yourself a Hug, my dear. And here are some from me, too...!
(((((((HUGS)))))))

Pat said...

John: the Ammylancia has me foxed:)

Parsnip: I was pleased the other day when an agent described them as private well kept gardens. No I'm not moving:)

scarlet: I have lots of those but avoid photographing them:)

Mike and Ann: you say that but it's turned cold and windy again. I hate it when the buds are blown off.
Go West young man!

Debra: yes the first hint of sun and he would be out in his favourite spot.

Naomi: thank you Naomi. The spring and promise of summer makes life easier.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Everything what everyone's said here! And that bench is just perfect. Enjoy a cup of tea for me in your lovely garden, dear Pat.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Well, you're garden's a darn sight tidier than mine is!

Glad it's giving you breathing space.

Pat said...

GG: guess who used to sit there - with a mug of tea?

Kevin: that's Karen for you. every garden should have one:)

Guyana-Gyal said...

Awww, it's just the perfect place, Pat.