In a blatant bit of promotional activity, I’m asking any readers of this to support “The Hut” in a public vote to find the Cuprinol Shed of The Year 2019. Having decided to enter “The Hut” into this annual national competition back in spring, it was a big surprise to be contacted about a month […]
via Shed of The Year 2019 and the Dunbar Number; Bees are Back; Jewelled Insects. — thegardenimpressionists
My garden wouldn’t be complete without an assortment of flowers popping out of an array of planters scattered about.
It’s reassuring and rewarding to walk through the garden and see old friends rising up to greet another season. Hello again my lovelies, I’m so glad to see you!
With one just open and most on the verge of bursting, the peonies are about to put on their show-stopping performance in the 2019 garden! I wait with baded, impatient breath!
The painter Claude Monet has put a huge imprint on the area. Both in Honfleur and the area further along the river Seine. Both with his well-visited garden and artist “spots” in the area. As usual inspired by “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
via Didn’t promised a rose garden — Le Drake Noir
bleeding hearts tambourine the wind allium and iris sing solo notes
via Joyous Cacophony — leaf and twig
Summer’s arrival was met with much garden fanfare. Nothing says summer like lavender, morning glories, hibiscus and lupins.
Hello summer, welcome back!