Monday, May 19, 2014

It's good to be home!

After all the excitement the garden was blooming, peaceful and welcoming.
 
 
Laburnum and clean pants
 Yellow for Alastair
 Irises
 Sweet scented Jasmine
 Red rose.
 Acquilegia - can't check spelling
 Clematis
 Maple


12 comments:

Exile on Pain Street said...

Home. Home again.
I like to be here when I can.
When I come home cold and tired
It's good to warm my bones beside the fire.


That's from an old Pink Floyd song. It's good to have you back, safe and sound.

Ponita in Real Life said...

Your garden is beautiful, Pat! Things are just starting to green up here in the centre of Canada. My tulips are poking up about 4" and there are buds on the trees. We've had a long brutal winter and spring has so far been chilly. Not really conducive to plant life so seeing yours in full bloom is lovely.

kenju said...

I'm sure it is lovely to come home to all that. Can't wait to hear about your trip.

johng1962 said...

Welcome back! The garden is looking lovely as usual! xx

johng1962 said...

Exile on Pain Street, *Breath reprise*, The Dark Side of the Moon!

Mike and Ann said...

Aquilegia a.k.a. Grannies nightcaps, a lovely - we have a gardenfull at present - so many different colours and flower forms. What a lovely time to come home with roses just coming into their full flowering. Welcome home, Pat.

angryparsnip said...

What a lovely "home" to come home to. The garden look specular as usual.

cheers, parsnip

OldLady Of The Hills said...

I was thinking exactly the same thing as Parsnip---What a lovely "Welcome Home", my dear Pat.....Everything blooming and so colorful.....
I look forward to hearing about your trip, dear Pat

Ms Scarlet said...

Welcome home, Pat! I hope you are blooming too!
Sx

Pat said...

Exile: what a pleasant voice you have:)

Ponita: I was reminded of the pure, crystal air you have over in Canada whilst in Norway.

Judy: Photos first - then I'll open up.

John: thank you:)

Mike and Ann: your spelling looks more convincing then mine. It looks like a good year for roses here.

Parsnip: yes and sucks to the people who think I should move into something smaller:)

Naomi: my photos - as usual - are taking some sorting and the paper work is mounting steadily.

Scarlet: I do feel blooming - exhausted but happy ish.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Welcome back, Pat. I'm so happy to see you again, and your garden, oh, the garden, how absolutely bloomin' lovely (pardon the pun).

Exile, JohnG, one of my favourite songs.

Pat said...

GG: puns are always welcome:)