Before I take you on a post-rainfall collection of pictures, I would like to say a very sincere thank you to all of you. Your comments on my last post have helped more than you likely realize. You are all special people.
How perfectly lovely, Jenn Thank you for sharing. Keeping you in my thoughts these days.
The little things, are really the big things. Beautiful photos, you have a great eye for composition. God be with you on your journey. Virtual hugs sent.
Lovely, lovely pictures. And I know we all say you're welcome . . . and thank you! Hugs.
What lovely photos.
Thank you- just done with my phone!
Lovely photos! And who's that hanging out in your garden -- Socrates?
Picture number one...purr-fect! Number 3..what is that plant? Your plantings are beautiful, and the veg garden has sure filled in.
The third photo is obedient plant ( not sure of the Latin name). It is somewhat incorrectly named because it will travel a bit in the garden, but it’s not terribly bad. The little individual blossoms are attached to the stem with a swivel-ly kind of ball joint, so if you had nothing better to do, you could reposition each blossom. ( hence the name)
Your garden looks so lush compared to down here. Everything is as dry as a bone and promised rain never materializes. Thinking of you.
Your images are beautiful! What a gorgeous place you have. So peaceful.
Your lawns and gardens are very beautiful. I love all the arcs and curved garden spaces showcasing flowers and shrubs blooming in the sunshine. It's all very zen. Your vegetable garden looks great too and everything produces for you. (Unlike my one blight ridden tomato plant.) You must get great pleasure in your gardens. It truly is a labor of love. You've done good! I would not expect otherwise. You have a large following and we're all here for you...
Oh I’m no stranger to tomato blight, but this has just been one of the best growing years! I do get pleasure from my gardening.
Jenn, It is so very beautiful there. Enjoy all that beauty and the sunshine. The hard work at your house shows. Holding you in my prayers sweet girl. Blessings, xoxo, love, Susie
There are so many flowers, and a beautiful cat!
Your photos are just wonderful and they show such a beautiful house of life -- a glorious garden, happy chickens and a most divine cat! It all looks terrific and I'm glad you have such a lovely spot to be during stressful times.
What a wonderful garden, so full of colour and so green. Must bring you a lot of happiness.
Your garden looks beautiful. Here in South East England we have had no rain for months and everything is desperate. My chickens are in various stages of moulting which came early this year I think because of the unusually high temps for us.
Mine are losing feathers as well. They are all "old" girls, so the eggs are few and far between.
Very lush garden. I particularly like your urns. This year several of my planters were not successful, so I'm only to ready to empty & wait for the Autumn arrangements to pretty them up again ... but not yet, lots of summer left. Obedient Plant - you're right, mis-named, I just ripped out a lot of dis-obedient plant (col) taking up far too much real estate. ... Mary-Lou =^[..]^=
A beautiful garden...and matching cat and chooks!!Keep thinking positive....it does help
Your garden is absolutely gorgeous! You have been on my mind, Jenn. I'm sending you a virtual hug and positive wishes.
Thank you, Melinda!
Gorgeous flowers and yard! I'm sure it provides a sanctuary to relax during this turbulent time.Take care!
Oh my gosh! Your yard and gardens are beautiful. I recognize the obedient plants...They are growning here but won't bloom until October. I absolutely love your little building with the red roof. Beautiful pictures!
I too was delighted by your gardens.
So much green grass and colorful flowers; summer has arrived in your neck of the woods!
These are all so beautiful. I love the photos of the flowers and the statue. :)-Quinley
Lovely roundup of photos -- I like that you included the downspout with bucket snapshot.