Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
We have still not had enough dry days to dry the garden spot sufficiently for tilling!:-( My husband is becoming a bit anxious.:-) We did plant some flowers earlier in the week.
Isn't everything so very green now! What a difference a week can make when I look out my window. And I love the cool weather here in Nashville that has made our spring flowers and bushes last so long this year. Having been gone a week the last two years I promised myself I'd stay home this year and enjoy the beauty.
I watched the Kentucky Derby today, and it was mud, so I have a feel for how much rain you have. Glad the flowers are happy.
It will stop one of these days, won't it? We have been without our usual rain for more than a week now. You must be getting it all! :-)
Beautiful pictures...and a lovely blog!Take care,Titti
Jo I hope you didn't get the freezing temps we got. Set record for cold and snowflakes too. Hottest, driest summers and now coldest spring. Wonder if anyone still doesn't believe in global warming.
Hope it stops soon. The gardens are to soaked and sometimes we get to much of a good thing.. Hope all is well with you. xoxo
Yes the rain is well needed. We could do with some over here this week as well! Yes, I did say that!!!!
Hopefully the gardens will drink it all up and thrive. Too much I know can be disastrous to the garden's new plants. We had some rain last week and the gardens were greener and more vibrant than I have seen them, the last week the weather has been sunny.
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