Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Psychedelic Bush

It's that screaming pink azalea time of year again.


Real life has been overwhelming of late and blogging very light. I at last have some time off work and am spending it catering to Calfy's every need. She has another driving test tomorrow this means driving all day clinging to the door handle. As the car is a bit of an agricultural vehicle in appearance and aroma it would probably be quite a good idea to clean it so as not to scare the examiner.

This is quite funny here

9 comments:

Scrobs... said...

Great Azelea Lils, you get yours into bloom several days before us in frozen Kent...

This reminded me of an email from one of the nicest blokes I know - he really is larger than life, and very clever, and very very funny!

Check this item he sent me last week!

Sevenoaks man too...!

Trubes said...

Lovely Azelea Lils,
Our purple one has bloomed and just waitng for the scarlet and the white one to burst forth.
It's amazing what's blooming in the garden, since Rocket, the rogue Rabbit, snuffed it last year!

Di.xx

lilith said...

That is truly shocking Scrobs! The photos don't really do the Azalea justice. It is so very bright, and looks lit from within. Your one is still alive and doing weird stuff as I write :-) We have great hopes for it.

Trubes! You like a bit of colour too then :-) The red one we had died as Pig kept peeing on it. Quite a lot of plants seem to have suffered that fate this spring.
I love this pink one because I bought it on my first ever trip to Cornwall, on holiday with Elby and it reminds me of the mad gardens there.

circus monkey said...

Better to scare him with the interior than her driving. Good luck!

lilith said...

Thanks Circus Monkey. Sadly it's deferred success yet again for my girl. Bonkers.

Electro-Kevin said...

Is that the garden I'll be sleeping in ?

mutleythedog said...

Fabulous pink¬!

lilith said...

Mutley, I am seeing this colour everywhere at the moment. I call it Tandoori Pink, Calfy's bedroom was once in this hue.

lilith said...

Not unless you like a 90 degree slope, Kev :-)