Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
That is the purplest purple I've been in a LONG time. Beautiful!
How beautiful your flowers are... our iris are blooming now, and so many in our little town, I am going to drive around and take pictures of them tomorrow!
I love the song on this post. It is so beautiful! Is that a St. Francis statue in your garden?
Wow! Just wow! Your flowers are so pretty.
Just beautiful. Our spring so far has been awesome. I'm really enjoying it.
Lovely photos ! I cant wait to get all my flowers in my gardens . I will be visiting my garden centre in a week or so still needs to warm up at night here ! Have a great weekend !
Love it all... Here in Eastern Canada we do not even have dandelions yet.. smile.. Soon, though.. Blessings..
Every time I come to visit you- I feel the seasons, and now I feel spring in your beautiful flowers.lovetweedles
It has been so dry here, and I'm thankful for the rain we are getting. However, I'm wishing for a little bit of warmth that I've found in looking at your beautiful pictures! Enjoy your Sunday!PS: I love your bunnies in your last post!!
So beautiful !! I love the vibrant colours !!
Your flowers are looking great. I know that you have been warming up and cooling down. It seems to not bother them.
Its amazing to me to see how far ahead of us you are. Here in Michigan Spring is slow coming. The Hyacinth and tulips are still out. The Hosta is just poking through feeling to see if the air is warm enough yet. The other stuff is not even making an attempt.Janice
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