And see how her garden glows… Sharing my garden’s glow – pass it on! * Ailsa’ Travel Challenge: Glow Show My Face: Six Word Saturday Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
30 thoughts on “And see how her garden glows…”
Sharing my garden’s glow, pass it on was seven words and an apt title too.
Thanks for visiting my garden, Stephen, where you are indeed most welcome.
What are the blue bell-shaped flowers, Tish? Er…they’re not bluebells, are they? 🙂
They’re Spanish bluebells I think. I bit of a pest because they’re overtaking our wild ones. They’re so difficult to get rid of, I just decided to love them instead. They’re fantastic as cut flowers and open up a bit like hyacinths and have a lovely, if slight, scent too.
I remember bluebells from when I was a kid.
I used to live in Ramsay near Peterborough and there was a wood we used to visit and occasionally some parts would be carpeted with bluebells.
Sadly, foreign flora invaders are a pest all over. Here too.
Yes, nothing like a real bluebell wood. They are still here!
I enjoyed viewing all of the pretty flowers! Happy Saturday!
Beautiful pictures of beautiful flowers! Thanks for sharing your garden.
I am so jealous. Our flowers won’t poke their heads out because it is so cold.
Wishing you warmer weather, Judy, and thanks for visiting here.
Stunning. Thanks for sharing.
You are most welcome, Melissa.
Flowers are endlessly entertaining with their beauty; so full of colors, shapes and textures. Thanks for sharing yours…
Enjoyed these very much. Beautiful flowers, and fine photos… a pleasure visiting your garden.
So glad you came, Shimon!
Glowing indeed! Thank you. 🙂
Thanks for viewing, Rosemary.
Incredible Tish. Absolutely beautiful. 🙂
Thanks for visiting my garden, Nomzi. It’s nice to think you have been there if only through the ether.
It truly does! These are gorgeous, Tish 🙂
Ow, beautiful, Tish. 🙂
Thank you, Celestine.
You’ve a beautiful garden, Tish, and your photos are wonderful.
Thanks for calling by for a look at it, John.