Otium cum dignitate.
My Rabbit would love to have a vacation in your garden Lilith !
Your rabbit would be most welcome, TB (in a small secure cage of course!)
Lilith: We used to have a lovely garden before "Rocket". He`s devoured his way through every soft leaved plant and shrub in our garden and various neighbours gardens too !. It`s fortunate we`re on good terms with them.Your garden looks great , I`m having pangs of envy and wishing the bloody Rabbit would "snuff it" so that I can return our garden to it`s former glory.God, I`ll probably find him corpsed tomorrow, my family do say that I possess spooky "White Witch" powers !More will be revealed when I get my own Blog site set up !
Great garden blooms there Lilith, I'll have to IP bar this blog from Mrs Tuscan's machine in case she sees this and throws her toys from the pram, comparing the excellent display you have to the scorched Southern Europe drought-ridden earth we have at the moment.
TB gets a blog - great news!
Green fingers there Lilith!If I'm right, you are on a sloping garden, which means you've done a great job in the cascading plants!Hope the new wellies are up to it...!
Lovely pics again Lilith!
A bursting out of irresistible freshnes and beauty Lillith , much like yourself .TB has a blog eh , well he seems a good chap
Newmania: I havn`t got my Blog set up yet as I`m waiting to see my son- in- law, who is an IT expert, so it won`t happen until mid August. Nice of you to call me a "good chap" but actually, I am a "chapess"! Mr trube is a good chap mindyou, and enjoys sharing snippets of stuff from my favourite blog sites.Lilith: The godamed rabbit is still alive and kicking after me putting one of my witchy spells onit. He is actually a sweet little fellow in his dotage, and a great fav. with all the family and neighbours kids,who keep him regularly supplied with all kinds of snacks.Still on the subject of "furry things", no feedback from Electro`s predicament. Hmm methinks "A time and space situation". I do hope all is well !
beautiful gardenI like gardens just hate gardening.My favourite smell is honey suckle, followed by jasmine, have jasmine in my garden but no honeysuckle , should get some
You are nice about my garden. It is just a little clay pit really. Two years ago it was quite different, I had only just started on it and lots of things died in the frost. I am an utter amateur.I just find it compulsive and soothing, something I discovered when helping a friend with her garden, in harder times. The honeysuckle is thriving Hitch. We have it growing up the trunk of an ash tree (that shaded the entire garden until we beheaded it.) It smells gert lush.
but actually, I am a "chapess"! Mr trube is a good chap mindyou, and enjoys sharing snippets of stuff from my favourite blog sites.Goodness me many apologies .Just shows you that men and women are the same thing in different shapes .
Great pictures Lilith.Ours is looking good too. I really ought to post some piccies. The combination of wet & warm weather seems to have worked wonders here. Or perhaps it was our absence ...... our VERY enjoyable weekend away (got back last night)
Have you noticed that I have cowslips flowering next to Hyssop? 'Ow Queer! Cowslips in late July?Show us your garden E-K you tease.
Post a Comment